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Queen's Library expands bookable study space available on campus

Queen’s Library is expanding the bookable study space on campus by adding 78 spaces in Douglas Library. Starting March 8, the number of hours students can book study spaces per month will increase as well, from 60 to 80 hours. 

The new spaces in Douglas Library are in addition to the 276 spaces available at Stauffer Library and the 13 spaces at the Education Library. Four spaces are also available in the Adaptive Technology Centre in Stauffer Library for students registered with Queen’s Student Accessibility Services (QSAS). An additional 72 spaces are available in Mackintosh-Corry Hall. 

Students can reserve study spaces through an advanced booking system on the Library website. These spaces are set up to ensure physical distancing can be maintained while students are studying. 

When checking into a bookable study space, students must provide confirmation to onsite security that they have completed a COVID-19 self-assessment using the Queen’s University SeQure App.

Learn more and book a study space on the Library website.