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BYU's Lee Library will have extended hours during finals period

The Harold B. Lee Library at Brigham Young University will continue its recent tradition of keeping its doors and services open later than usual during winter semester's reading days and finals.

Beginning Monday, April 4, the library will extend its hours until 2 a.m. Mondays through Fridays to facilitate student needs in completing course projects and studying for exams.

Unlike fall semester, the library's Learning Resource Center will not be open later. The need for the resources and the large number of computers in the center was not great enough last semester to justify keeping the area open later.

To ensure computer availability for students, the Open Access Lab in 2210 HBLL, located next to the periodicals, will stay open.

Other services available through the extended hours are General Reference/Information Commons, Circulation and Security. The extended hours schedule will end April 20.

For more information about the Lee Library's extended hours, contact Jeff Belliston at (801) 422-7743.

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