UST Library lifts noontime breaks as students prepare for prelim exams

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THOMASIANS WILL have more time to avail of library services as the UST Miguel de Benavides Library lifted its noon breaks starting Monday, Feb. 20.

The library will be operating from  8 a.m. to 5 p.m. without noon breaks, according to an advisory posted on its Facebook page last Friday.

The updating of the library hours aims to provide students a place to study for their preliminary examinations.

On Jan. 16, the library opened its doors to walk-in students, lifting the “reserve-a-seat” system it implemented in compliance with COVID-19 safety protocols.

Thomasians must present their ID, QR code, and cleared Thomasian Online Medical Support and Services health declaration form when visiting the library. They are also expected to follow the University’s pandemic  safety protocols.

Before the pandemic, the University library operated from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. and was open even on Saturdays. – A.S. Lim

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