Fall Semester Library Access and Services for Students

Fall 2020 Services and Builidng Access - Students

 

The Stewart Library is excited to welcome you back! While things are a little different due to COVID-19 and the need for social distancing, the library staff and faculty are dedicated to creating a safe environment while providing services to assist you in your academic success. 

 

Fall Semester Library FAQs

Find answers to the library's most frequently asked questions for Fall Semester here.

 

Library Hours and Services

You can access the library building for the following:

  • A reserved study space, including computer workstations.
  • A scheduled test in the Testing Center.
  • A regularly scheduled classs in one of the library classrooms.
  • An appointment with a specific WSU faculty or staff member.
  • A scheduled appointment in Special Collections or University Archives.

 

Building Hours

Monday-Thursday 8:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m.
Friday 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Saturday 10:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Sunday Closed

Library materials can be requested for curbside, walk up or mail delivery. Laptop checkouts for fall term will begin Aug. 18. We have to restrict access to the book stacks and print course reserves because of sanitation guidelines.

All other library services, including Research Help, will be available online.

 

Why are reservations required?

Public health guidelines require libraries to reduce the occupancy in our spaces through physical distancing. To achieve this, we have taken measures to remove some seating and equipment. Making a reservation will help us keep students, faculty and staff safe because we can monitor building occupancy and support equitable access to a reduced amount of study space and computers. 

Making a reservation will allow you to book a seat before you come to the library or you can reserve a seat when you arrive, depending on availability. More information about making a reservation can be found here.

 

Group Study Rooms

Due to the need for social distancing, the study rooms cannot be reserved for group study at this time.

 

Proctorio Testing

Private rooms are available for Proctorio testing by request. Please contact Circulation desk in Stewart Library: (801) 626-6545 or libcircstaff@weber.edu to schedule a room to take a test.

 

The Testing Center

The Testing Center in the library is open for scheduled tests. Learn more about the Testing Centers reopening plans.

 

New Service! Contactless delivery of library materials and equipment

Because we understand that access to equipment and library materials is important, we are offering the following services:

 

Questions?

Call Circulation Services at (801) 626-6545 or email at libcircstaff@weber.edu.

Hours and services are subject to change in response to new public health guidelines, including if campus returns to operating in Orange (Moderate Risk) status.