Exam Cram at the library | Jan 19-27

Exam Cram Study Hall runs January 19 to 27 at all library branches. Drop by during library open hours for individual and group study spaces, treats, and WiFi access. Good luck, everyone!

Activity ALERT!

During exam time, the library is more crowded and can be much noisier than usual. Please expect that seating may be limited during study hall hours. We *love* the buzz that comes with lots of learning and ask that our non-student visitors join us in encouraging and supporting students during this extra stressful time.

EXAM CRAM extended study hours

Closing time at Central and Alton just got later for students hitting the books.

If you are studying at Central or Alton branch and are in the library at closing time (see hours below), you are welcome to stay for two extra hours.

Extended study hours are for quiet, individual study only - sorry, no group study. Extended study hall at Central is located in Centennial Hall, 1st floor. Important! Regular library services will not be available during the extended hours.

Central extended hours   Alton extended hours
Mon Jan 21 9am-11pm   Mon Jan 21 9am-11pm
Tue Jan 22 9am-11pm   Tue Jan 22 9am-11pm
Wed Jan 23 9am-11pm   Wed Jan 23 9am-11pm
Thu Jan 24 9am-11pm   Thu Jan 24 9am-11pm
Sun Jan 27 1pm-7pm   Sun Jan 27


Puppy Rooms!

Our favourite four-legged stressbusters are back! Once again, we invite high school students studying for exams to "paws" from studying and enjoy a break with the pups. Drop in anytime.

  • Alton: Sat Jan 26, 11.30am-12.30pm
  • Tansley Woods: Tue Jan 22, 6.30-7.30pm
  • Brant Hills: Wed Jan 23, 6-7pm
  • Central, 2nd fl Program Room: Thu Jan 24, 6.30-7.30pm

Because excited dogs can tire out quickly, we limit their visitors to 2-3 students for each pup for fifteen minutes at a time. Every hour (or when nature calls) the dogs will have a short break.

The pups come to us from St. John Ambulance therapy dog program.

Exam Cram hours

Puppy Rooms at Alton, Brant Hills, Central, Tansley Woods

Mindfulness Meditation for Students @Alton