6 May 2015

Access to Caulfield Library during exam study time – bring your ID card

At Caulfield Library a temporary exclusion period will operate before the exams to help Monash students find a Rosemary Miller

To provide Monash students with the greatest possible access to available study space, Caulfield Library will be accessible to only Monash staff and students between 18 May and 19 June 2015.

To assist with enforcing this policy, students from all campuses who plan to use Caulfield Library over this period are encouraged to carry their Monash ID. This will minimise inconvenience and ensure you are not delayed at the library entrance.

This policy has been introduced to alleviate the shortage of study space experienced at Caulfield during the exam study period, when use is at its peak. It is anticipated that the future expansion and refurbishment of Caulfield Library will double the number of seats when finished in 2017.

During the restriction period, CAVAL and ULANZ registered borrowers will be able to retrieve and borrow specific items, but will not be able to study in the library. Alumni and external fee-paying members of the Library will continue to have access by presenting their Library card. The exclusion also does not apply to Sir John Monash Science School and Nossal High School students.

The exclusion is not being applied at any other Monash campus libraries.

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