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24 October 2016

Caulfield Library temporary closure after exams

The refurbishment of the Caulfield Library is progressing well and we’re about to enter the final stage of the project. To allow the major works to be completed more efficiently, Caulfield Library will be closed from Monday 21 November 2016 and will reopen on Monday 20 February 2017.




The Library has made arrangements during this 10-week closure so that Monash staff and students can:
  • use Search and request items held at Caulfield Library for pickup at Room T103, Ground Floor, Building T Monday-Friday, 8am - 6pm. There may be some delays as Caulfield staff will only have access to the collections for short periods each day. You may also request items for pickup at any of our other libraries.
  • return items due at Room T103, Ground Floor, Building T from 7am - 7pm during the week or anytime if you have swipe access. You may also return items at any other library on other campuses during library hours or via the after-hours returns at Law Library at Clayton.
  • get advice and ask questions at our other libraries, through ask.monash.edu, or by telephone (03 9905 5054).
Monash students can find alternative study spaces on the Caulfield campus or other libraries on other campuses.




Members of the public may wish to visit our other libraries at our other campuses.

We apologise for the disruption this temporary closure may cause and ask for your patience during this final stage. The refurbishment is scheduled to be completed by 9 March  2017.

Visit the Library website for more information. If you have any comments or concerns about the Caulfield Library refurbishment project, please email fsd.feedback@monash.edu.



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