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Lee Library posts extended hours during spring finals period

Beginning Monday, June 6, the Harold B. Lee Library will keep its doors open later to accommodate students needing to use library facilities for final exams and projects.

Through June 15 the library will stay open until midnight--two hours later than its normal 10 p.m. closing time--from Monday through Saturday. The library is closed on Sundays.

Services such as Periodicals, Circulation, General Reference and Security will be open and available to library patrons. The Learning Resource Center and computer labs will not be open later, however, as during this time of year there are plenty of computers for students, including public access computers and those in the Information Commons, says Jeff Belliston, General Services Department Chair.

Keeping extended hours is a service the library has offered over the past several years to meet the need of those who want a place to study for finals later at night.

Writer: Michael Hooper

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