Welcome to Fall 2021: Information for new and returning students
Sept. 7, 0221
Welcome to the Fall Semester. We’ve missed having you in our buildings. Here are a few things we thought you should know as we make the shift to more ‘normal’ operations while still living with COVID-19:
- All our branches are open to students, faculty, and members of the community. Drop by anytime!
- We are required to do contact tracing. What does that mean? You will have to swipe your MUN ID card at the front door. If you don’t have a MUN ID, you will be required to provide your name and contact information upon arrival.
- Masks are mandatory in our Branches.
- As we move into the Fall Semester, make sure you check our hours because they are changing.
- You don’t have to book individual study space. All of our libraries offer personal, group and quiet study spaces. Choose your library to find out what spaces are available.
- Here’s where to look for branch-specific information on our website.
- The Centre for Newfoundland Studies is returning to a drop-in service and will be open longer as of September 8th. Reference services and more information are available at email@example.com
- Access to the Archives and Special Collections remains by appointment. Reference services and more information are available at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Check the Commons website for the latest information on their services and spaces, such as in-person support at the Computing Support Desk, virtual tutouring and software workshops.
- We made a top ten list of library tips for new students. Be sure to read it.
- If you have questions or need help, contact us through online chat, phone, email or visit us in person. Ask at any help desk — staff will be able to point you in the right direction.