Aug. 21: Study Spaces on Campus
The co-Provosts write regarding access to supplemental academic spaces on campus for students to utilize for study and participation in on-line classes.
As we approach the start of the Fall Semester, the College has made many space adjustments on campus in order to accommodate for ample physical distancing. One area of priority was to supplement traditionally used study spaces with additional academic spaces on campus for students to utilize for study and participation in on-line classes.
These supplemental spaces may be reserved through the MacPháidín Library’s LibCal system. Please visit MyHill to access the spaces, view their availability, and process your reservation of the room.
Furthermore, the College welcomes and encourages students to utilize our informal spaces, both indoor and outdoor. In addition to larger spaces designated as student study areas, such as the Pettit Atrium in the Shields Science Center and the Great Room in the Meehan School of Business, any other informal areas with seating can be utilized without reservation; such areas include building lobbies and open seating areas on the 2nd floor of May Hall and the 2nd and 3rd floors of the Meehan building (including study rooms 313 and 319).
As campus spaces are utilized, please remain mindful of physical distancing, our mask-wearing requirements in all public spaces on campus, and space capacity limitations. Should you have any questions, please contact the MacPháidín Library.
Interim Co-Provost and Dean of the Meehan School of Business
Interim Co-Provost and Dean of the May School of Arts and Sciences