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The TL Robertson Library is the number one study destination on campus for students, but with the refurbishment project well underway, there has been some disruption to library services and facilities.

A female student with headphones on sits at a desk and writes in a notebook

To help plan your visit, there are designated quiet times at the Library when no noisy construction works will happen.

During semester, daily construction work will occur Monday to Friday:

7am – 2pm (Noisy Construction Work)

2pm – Midnight (No Construction)

There is no regular construction work planned for Saturday and Sunday.

*NOTE: Sometimes there may be construction work scheduled outside these times, students will be notified through updates on the library website.

To stay up to date with what’s happening at the library visit the TL Robertson Library refurbishment website.

Other study venues on campus

There are many locations around campus for you to explore to discover your next favourite study destination:

Study Spaces

Building 303 Room 200

Building 108 Room 224

Building 407 Room 214

Building 410 Levels 2, 3, 4 & 5

Collaborative Study Areas

Building 303 Room 104

Abacus Labs (with access to computers and print facilities)

Building 303 Room 112

Building 408 Room 1008

Building 501 Room 113

Discover where to find these study venues on campus with the campus map.