Access to Caufield Library during exam study time - bring your ID card

Make sure you bring your ID card for hassle-free access to Caulfield Library during the period leading up to and including the exams. 

Caulfield Library will be open to only Monash staff and students between 16 May and 17 June, to ensure they have the best access to available study space.

If you plan to use this library over this period you must carry your Monash ID card to minimise inconvenience and delays at the library entrance.

CAVAL and ULANZ registered borrowers will be able to retrieve and borrow specific items, but will not be able to study in the library during the restricted access period.

Alumni and external fee-paying Library members will continue to have access by presenting their Library card. Students from Sir John Monash Science School and Nossal High School can also get in if they have their school ID.

As seating in the Caulfield Library is much more limited because of the refurbishment, a range of available study spaces have been opened in other buildings at the campus to provide more facilities for Monash students. 

The temporary Monash-only restricted access to the library was introduced a few years ago to alleviate the shortage of study space experienced at Caulfield during the exam study period, when use is at its peak.

When completed in April 2017 the library will have double the number of seats it had.

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