Updated October 8, 2020
Monday - Thursday: 7:45 AM - 10:00 PM
Friday: 7:45 AM - 5:00 PM
Sunday: 12:00 PM - 10:00 PM
Who can access the library?
The library is open to current North Park University students, faculty, and staff. Upon entering the building, you will need to present your current North Park ID and Campus Clear app. All patrons are required to wear a mask upon entry to the building.
Can students study or attend online classes in the library?
Yes! There is limited, socially distanced seating available in the library for students. Our staff is routinely sanitizing study tables and seating. Please look for tables displaying a card with a green check for a clean space to study. Tables displaying a card with a red "x" are waiting to be sanitized. All students are encouraged to bring their own computers as the library is no longer circulating laptops.
Study Rooms are still available for student use. There is a limit of one student per study room, and all study rooms close at 5pm to encourage adherence to the library's social distancing policies. Study Rooms on the third floor are not available for reservation. Study rooms will display a sign with a green check mark or red "x". As you enter a study room, please flip the sign to show a red X indicating it has been used and needs to be cleaned by our staff when you leave. Library staff will be cleaning used spaces on a regular basis. Please do not use a room displaying a red "x" as that room still needs to be sanitized.
The Library has four additional private study rooms on the second floor that work well for students taking online classes. These rooms do require a reservation. Please email Tristin Jackson at email@example.com to place a reservation.
We are no longer circulating dry erase markers or erasers.
Can I request books and articles through ILL?
Yes, Interlibrary Loan services are fully operational. To place an ILL request, please visit the Interlibrary Loan page on our website.
Please be aware that because of quarantining protocols and staffing adjustments in many libraries due to COVID-19, there may be delays in receiving your request.
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