Time for study? Dartmouth Libraries offer extended hours

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Beginning earlier this week, many Dartmouth Library locations have begun offering extended hours during reading period and finals.  Here at the Kresge Library, we will operate as follows:

  • Wed, 6/1: 8am – 12am
  • Thur, 6/2: 8am – 12am
  • Fri, 6/3: 8am – 12am*
  • Sat, 6/4: 9am – 10pm*
  • Sun, 6/5: 9am – 12am*
  • Mon, 6/6: 8am – 12am
  • Tue, 6/7: 8am – 6pm (First day of Intersession)

  *= extended hours (earlier opening and/or later closing)

Meanwhile, Baker-Berry will be open 24 hours a day, beginning 12:00 am on Monday, 5/30 and ending at 8:00 pm on Tuesday, 6/7 (first day of intersession).

Other library locations are also offering extended hours in a concerted effort to better serve Dartmouth students as they work through the end of the Spring Term.  Detailed information about hours of operation at all of the library locations on campus is available here:

http://library.dartmouth.edu/libhours/calendar.php

NOTE: use the drop-down options to select locations, months, and years of interest.

Good luck and happy studying!

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