Spring Break Info

Ordinarily, spring break is a time for students to catch up on sleep, get out of town, and remember what life is like outside of the Urban Life Building.  That is not always the case for law students.  Some may take the opportunity to sleep in a little later than usual and catch up on all the shows they have stored on their DVR.  However, others may start writing papers or studying for the upcoming MPRE on March 5th.

For those of you who plan on being semi-productive during spring break, not to worry, the law library will still be open during spring break.  Although the law library will be on a reduced schedule during spring break, but there will still be plenty of opportunity to access our resources.

If you plan on studying in the library during spring break, the library will be operating under the following hours:

  • Saturday, February 26 and Sunday, February 27:  10am – 6pm
  • Monday, February 27 through Friday, March 4:  8am – 6pm
  • Saturday, March 5th:  10am – 6pm
  • Sunday, March 6th:  10am – 11pm

The reference desk will continue its normal 10am – 6pm hours on Feb. 26, Feb. 27, Mar. 5, and Mar. 6.  The reference desk will be staffed from 8:30 am to 5 pm, Monday – Friday, Feb. 27 – March 4.  Students will also still be able to utilize chat reference (located on the law library’s homepage) to communicate with reference librarians during these hours.

In addition, anyone who needs access to the law library’s electronic databases off campus can do so by using GSU’s Virtual Private Network (VPN).  This is a great way to get little research done while you are relaxing at the beach.  Information on how to download and set up the VPN.

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