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Examination Super Hours, 2nd Semester 2019

Examination Super Hours for this semester begin on Monday, 4 November and run until closing on Thursday, 21 November.

During this time the library is open longer hours to help students prepare for their exams. Depending on your campus, the building is open for longer hours to provide a study space, and our services run for longer periods of time in case you need to speak to a librarian.

Please be mindful of other students using the library spaces. This is a stressful time of semester for many students and we all need to use the shared spaces with kindness and respect.

In the Eddie Koiki Mabo Library in Townsville:

Monday to Friday:
The library building - 7.30am-12am (midnight)
Library services - 7.30am-12am (midnight)

Saturday and Sunday: 
The library building - 10am-10pm
Library services - 10am-10pm

In the Cairns Campus Library:

Monday to Friday:
The library building - 7.30am-12am (midnight)
Library services - 8am-7pm

Saturday and Sunday: 
The library building - 7.30am-12am (midnight)
Library services - 11am-3pm

Our chat service will be available for as long as library services are open on at least one campus, but please be aware that our staff might not be available to chat if they busy helping other clients. Our FAQs are available for perusing at all times.

Our 24 hour spaces will be available around the clock, and so will all of our online resources.

On Friday the 22nd of November we will move into Inter-Semester Hours and operate on shorter hours until the start of Semester 1, 2020.

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