Library Opening Hours during the National Day Holidays
28 September 2021, Tuesday, 09:00, Submitted by Sunruo.Wu
Providing better services through user-centered, innovative and professional service is the main objective of the Library. Therefore, to enhance the Library service and better support our users’ learning and research activities, the XJTLU Library is pleased to inform you that:
The library space will be opened during the National Day Holidays, from Friday, October 1st, 2021 to Friday, October 8th, 2021
(Library Service Counter and staff will not be working)
From October 9th, all library working hours, spaces and facilities usage will return to normal. (Monday to Friday: 08:00 to 22:00; Saturday and Sunday: 09:00 to 22:00).
In case of any emergency, please contact Property Management Office at 0512-88161066
Please kindly note that:
During the National Day Holidays, access to the Library is restricted to XJTLU staff and students only with XJTLU ID cardsand XJTLU Pass Codes.
Library Service Counter and staff will not be working during the National Day Holidays. But the Library learning commons and self-service machines are available for use. The information commons will be available from October 4th, 2021.
Group Study Rooms will be temporarily closed during the National Day Holidays, if you need to discuss, please go to the Discussion Allowed Area.
During the National Day Holidays, the security guards will be authorized to check all university ID cards and reserves the right to check bags when the security gate alarm is triggered.
Please take care of your belongings. The library is not responsible for any loss or damage of personal belongings left unattended in the library.
The library shall not be responsible for any personal hurt or injury suffered by user while inside the library.
Please leave the library under the guidance of security guards at library closing hour.
Those who do not abide by the library rules and regulations will be reported to the Library, and the library reserve the right to sanction them.