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Extended Study Hours in the Monroe Library

What you should know about the Monroe Library’s extended study schedule
ends this Friday, May 8 at 6pm.

  1. A Loyola ID is required to use the library during the extended study period.
  2. Users must present their valid Loyola ID to enter and remain the library at 9pm Sunday through Thursday, and after 6pm on Friday and Saturday.
  3. Only members of the Loyola community, with a valid Loyola ID, will be permitted to use the library during extended study hours.
  4. The 2nd and 3rd floors are reserved for quiet study.
  5. Group study rooms are available for group-use only on a first come, first serve basis. Two LU IDs are required to check out a room. Groups can also work together in the Learning Common on the first floor.
  6. Help us, and our terrific WFF staff, keep the library clean and free of litter.
  7. Please, do not leave your valuables unattended.
  8. University Police has added additional patrols during this period. Please report any problems to our dedicated student assistants, or to University Police at x3434.
  9. Free coffee and tea will be available after midnight.

The Monroe Library is dedicated to providing our students a safe, productive, and pleasant study environment.

Good luck on your exams!

Important announcement about group study rooms

Important announcement about group study rooms:

  1. Group study rooms cannot be renewed during midterms, extended study hours, and exams. The two ID/group-use-only policy, will go into effect on Saturday, November 29 (or before 29 if it gets really, really, busy).
  2. With the start of the Spring 2009 semester, group study rooms will be available for groups of 2 to 6 users only (some rooms hold a few more). Two users must be present at the time of checkout, and the group will be asked to present two IDs in order to checkout a room.
  3. This Spring, Group study rooms will also be “bookable.” Please check back to learn how how to reserve a room for your group.