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6 June 2017

500 additional seats opened at Caulfield Library

As exam study intensifies, nearly 500 additional seats have been made available at Caulfield Library. 



New areas on levels 3 and 4 at Caulfield Library have been completed and opened up to students, adding 500 seats to what was already available earlier in the semester.

Almost all of the planned total 1500 seats will be available for study and research by the middle of June.

By 16 June it is anticipated that new level 2 discussion rooms and the area where the research and learning point is will be available. This will provide approximately another 140 seats. By this time all areas in the library, including the informal study areas and teaching rooms at the north end, will be accessible via the one temporary entrance across from Monash Connect.

When the building works are completed, Caulfield Library will have doubled its pre-refurbishment seating capacity from 750 to 1500 seats, offering a range of spaces for quiet study, collaboration and interactive teaching.

For exam study, other locations at Caulfield campus are available and are listed below for your convenience. If you find that a room or area listed here is not accessible please find other alternatives.








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