This summer, NSU’s Office of Facilities Management will be renovating the HPD Study Rooms and HPD Library. Effective May 15 - August 20, the following areas will be closed during the renovations: • HPD Library Open Quiet Study Area • HPD Library Study Rooms • Assembly 2 Study Rooms • Assembly 2 Computer Lab. Finkelstein Auditorium in the Assembly 1 Building has been reserved for quiet study Monday through Friday from 5:00 pm to midnight and Saturday and Sunday from 7:00 am to midnight. Also, seminar rooms 2123, 2124, & 2125 will be available for study use most of the summer, with only minor events scheduled in these rooms. Event calendars will be posted at each room. In the interim, shuttle services will be provided from the Terry Building entrance to the Alvin Sherman Library. Shuttle service will rotate on a 15 minute schedule, Monday thru Friday from 7:30 am to 5:00 pm.
Why are you doing this? To build an even awesomer library How long will all this last? Grand re-opening slated for late summer What will be open in the summer? Access to reference librarians, the reserve collection, inter-library loan, online databases, recording studio, tech help, seating in mediascape/commons area and the computer lab What’s going to be closed? The study rooms and quiet study area in the library as well as the Assembly II study center rooms What if I need a medical book? The collection will likely be temporarily housed at the Sherman library Where am I supposed to study? The medical school and university are actively working on alternative options throughout the HPD building and elsewhere on campus. A complete guide to other study spaces is forthcoming soon. Check our Facebook, Twitter, and especially our Instagram for the most up to date info! What’s the library going to have when the renovations are over? More study rooms, more outlets, cool new furniture, new carpet, better lighting, etc Why are we doing this now? Summer is the slowest season, so we’re trying to get it done before fall semester This sucks, who do I complain to? These projects were commissioned by NSU, so working with your student government reps will get your concerns heard