Extended hours for the library begin on Friday, April 20th, and run through Friday, May 4th. During that time, the hours will be from 7:00 a.m. – 2:00 a.m. From 12:00 – 2:00 a.m., the Circulation Desk will not be staffed; rather CSOL Security will provide a study hall.
On Saturday, May 5th, the library will open at 7:00 a.m. and will close at 5:00 p.m. Regular operating hours will resume on Sunday, May 6th.
Study rooms are in great demand at this time of the year. In order to see that everyone has a fair shake at using a study room, we will be strict about enforcing the study room policies during this time. This means that study rooms check out for 3 hours at a time to two or more people and are not renewable if other students are waiting for a study room.
Room 202 will be in use as an exam room so will not be available for study. Room 101A will be a quiet study space for students to do take home and/or check out exams.
The Circulation, Reference and Help Desks will be staffed during the exam period so please stop by with questions.
The majority of the IT staff will be stationed outside of exam rooms during the exams but our plan is to have one person available at the Help Desk. We strongly recommend that you register ExamSoft and download a practice exam if you haven’t already done so. Information about registering, downloading, and installing , including an installation video, can be found on the Academic Affairs page @ http://www.charlestonlaw.edu/Academic-Affairs/Exam-Information.aspx as can other exam information prepared by the Office of Academic Affairs. It is better to trouble shoot any software or computer issues before exams start on Tuesday rather than after exams begin. If you have a PC, make sure that you have done your Windows updates before exams begin on Tuesday, the 24th. Direct policy questions about exams to Dean Lawton and the Office of Academic Affairs. Computer and exam software questions should be directed to IT.