The University Libraries will offer new in-person study options in Norlin Library when CU Boulder shifts to remote learning for the remainder of the fall semester.
The Gemmill and Business Libraries will close on the last day of in-person classes. However, beginning November 16, space will open in Norlin Commons—located on the east side of Norlin Library next to the sundial—for students to use weekdays from 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. Students can reserve a study space here.
This space was being used for classrooms, but with the shift to remote, we are able to use this space for the rest of the semester. The rest of Norlin and the Laughing Goat will remain closed.
These changes to operations will not impact contactless pickup services and will not impact any of our remote services like Ask A Librarian.
The libraries will provide updates as we continue to monitor the situation on-campus. We appreciate your flexibility and patience as we make adjustments to our in-person services to meet your needs and the needs of the broader campus, county and state. Together, we will help you finish the semester strong.
For more information, visit our COVID-19 Information for Library Services page.