Leslie and Irene Dubé Health Sciences Library: Is Now Open
Do you wish you could be anywhere but here this exam season? Well, you may be spending all your time in the library, but that doesn't mean you can't enjoy yourself. Throughout the month of December, the University Library will be providing you with multiple opportunities to Take a Break With Us!
During final exams, all seven branches of the University Library will be providing free snacks or refreshments to students who are studying in the libraries. These snacks have been generously donated by the U of S Alumni Association.
To give our students a break from studying, several libraries will also be providing the opportunity to take part in fun activities. Most activities start on December 3rd.
Tired of studying? Take a break with Us! We have Play-Doh, puzzles, and cards for you to have fun with here at the Engineering Library. Take a moment to relax and have fun!
Has studying got you sapped? Come take a break with us, Dec. 8th -19th, in Room 1430. We have drawing supplies, puzzles, games and refreshments. Take some time to relax and recharge.
The Murray Library will once again be offering its famous Take a Break With Us room during final exams, Come to Room 102 on the 1st floor, where winter and holiday crafts, LEGO, chess, cards, and music await you. Once you're done taking a break, you can head to the upper floors for quiet study, or stay in the Learning Commons areas for collaborative work.
Take a break from your studies and come relax at our Play-Doh station. Located at the left-hand side of the Science Library entranceway, our Play-Doh station will be available from December 3rd to the 23rd. Have fun!
Wondering what else is happening around campus? SESD has updated their student calendar with all the Stress Less activities happening at the U of S during the exam season. (Puppies! Massages!)
Looking for articles or books for your end of term paper? Check out the updated Library website search box.
The updated search box will help you find articles for your subject area or quickly jump to e-journals and databases you already know.
Just starting your research and looking for some expert advice? Check out the Research Guides tab for recommended sources and research tips tailored to your subject area.