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5th Floor Study Space Closed

5th floor study space will be closed during spring semester for the construction of a new quiet study space. 5th floor library offices and Special Collections and University Archives will remain open, accessible by the south staircase and the bank of three elevators. 4th floor will remain in use as a quiet study floor.

The 4th floor bathroom on the Student Union side of the building is getting closer to completion, but remains closed as construction continues. The noise, dust, and inconvenience will make way for exciting, new spaces for student research, group work, and study.

Earplugs are available at the Circulation Services Desk on the main (2nd) floor.

More information about the 21st Century Library project is available at http://library.ucf.edu/21st/.

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Noise Alert: 4th floor

Work is scheduled to begin on the 4th floor restrooms on the Student Union side of the John C. Hitt Library building on October 17. Work will include demolition and construction.
Earplugs can be requested at the Circulation Desk, main floor.
Site preparation for the Automated Retrieval Center continues on the north side of the building.
More information on the 21st Century Library project: http://library.ucf.edu/21st/

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Sections of 4th Floor temporarily closed

Repairs are being made to areas of the 4th floor stacks today, mostly in call number areas PR, PS, and QA.
If you need books retrieved from these areas, please ask at the Circulation Services Desk on 2nd (main)floor.
There will be noise from the work on the shelving on the north (Student Union) side of the building on the 4th floor.
For quiet study, try the side of 4th toward the Reflecting Pond, or 5th floor.

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Noise alert! North (Student Union) side of the John C. Hitt Library

You may have noticed heavy equipment and some digging behind the John C. Hitt Library. There will be noise in the library associated with the site preparation work, particularly on that side of the building.

The site is being prepared for some of the work on Phase 1 of the 21st Century Library project, which will include construction of an Automated Retrieval Center (ARC) on the north side of the current library building.

Pardon our dust! The transformation of the library is just beginning.

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