Love the Library longer with extended hours

Each term, CQUni Libraries extend opening hours so you can squeeze in more on-campus study time, and take advantage of the great resources available.

From Monday 29 January 2018 until Thursday 15 February 2018, most libraries will be staying open until 7pm weeknights and Saturday, 10am-1pm (local time) to allow for students in Term 3 to study for their upcoming exams. Check your local campus opening hours here.

Keep reading to find out why you should visit the Library this term…

More time on campus

Your local campus library is the perfect place to go if you need to pass some time in between lectures.

Extended library hours are available at the Brisbane, Bundaberg, Gladstone Marina, Mackay City, Mackay Ooralea, Melbourne, Noosa, Rockhampton North and Sydney campus if you’re more productive after-hours.

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Less distractions

We all get distracted from time to time, and it can get tricky to juggle multiple deadlines.

A quiet space with limited distractions, free WiFi and access to facilities and resources such as photocopiers and printing may be just what you need to stay focused.

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Collaborative study spaces

Are you working on a group assignment and finding it difficult to make time during the week or standard business hours to meet up together? Extended library hours also means that the library study spaces are available for longer and are a great hub for collaborating. These spaces are also available if you just want to book a quiet space to study for yourself.

Bookings are easy and can be made online – http://cqu.libcal.com/

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Available for all students

The campus libraries aren’t just for students studying on-campus. The libraries are available for all CQUni students. Whether you are studying on-campus, online, a degree, a tertiary entry course or a VET course you can access any of the library facilities.

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You can check out any updates to CQUniversity Library opening hours on the Library Homepage

Aleysha Morgan (https://cqunilife.com)

As a graduated VET student, former CQUni degree student and an experienced CQUni Student Adviser, I understand the common pain points faced with study. As a current Student Communications team member, I’m excited to be here to provide my tips and tricks on #CQUniLife.


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