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Library Services During COVID-19

General Information

Gleeson Library welcomes the USF community back on campus this spring. This page announces periodic updates, and outlines our available resources and services.

The Library will update these pages in accordance with university guidelines. Check back here for the latest library information. If you have any questions, Ask A Librarian.

Recent Updates

January 6, 2022

Physical course reserve materials will be available to students for checkout at the Circulation/Reserves Desk at the start of the spring semester, January 24. For faculty — we have resumed processing physical reserves and continue to process electronic reserves.

Learn more about course reserves.

 

January 5, 2022

Reference and research support services are available online only for the winter intersession. In-person services will resume at the start of the spring semester, January 24.

Learn more about reference and research support.

 

December 14, 2021

The library will be closed December 24, 2021 through January 3, 2022.

Library hours for the winter intersession begin on January 4, 2022:

  • Monday – Friday 8AM – 6PM
  • Saturday 10AM – 6PM
  • Sunday Closed

See all Gleeson Library hours.

 

August 24, 2021

The university has set aside spaces across the campus for use by non-residential students who have back-to-back in-person and online/hyflex classes. This includes 7 group study rooms in the library: G09, G13, G14 on the lower level; and 215, 216, 314, 315. These spaces are bookable Monday – Friday 9AM – 7PM by applicable students via the EMS reservation system only.

Learn more about more about remote study spaces in the library.

 

August 16, 2021

LINK+ requesting is now available. Learn more about more about interlibrary loan and LINK+ requests.

 

Ask A Librarian