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LSU Libraries’ Hours for Spring 2012 Concentrated Study Period and Final Exams

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Middleton Library and Hill Memorial Library will have special hours for the spring 2012 concentrated study period and final exams. The concentrated study period runs from May 2nd through May 4th, and final exams run from May 5th through May 13th.

Middleton Library will be open for 24 hours a day from Monday, May 7th until it closes Saturday, May 12th at 2am. The library will be opening back up on Saturday, May 12th at 8am, and will be closed on Sunday, May 13th. The Circulation and Reference Departments will be open during these times.

For more information about the Spring 2012 Final Exam Hours for the LSU Libraries, please see our hours webpage.
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