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Library Services and Building Hours During Covid-19

Starting Wednesday, January 27th library hours will be:

  • Monday to Friday 7:30am – 10:30pm
  • Saturday & Sunday 8:30am – 5:30pm

Please see our complete hours here.


In accordance with SHU Policy and the SHU Pledge (https://www.shu.edu/health-intervention-communication/seton-hall-pledge.cfm), social distancing must be observed and masks must be worn properly at all times while in the Library. Because we must socially distance, there are fewer seats in the Library.

Please do not move chairs/desks/furniture to sit closer to someone else. The furniture has been laid out to provide a safe space between others.

Library space is available only to SHU ID cardholders at this time. Members of the public, recent graduates, and alumni are not permitted in the building, with the exception of those who have made prior arrangements with the Archives to consult Special Collections materials.

Group Study Rooms are closed and unavailable.

There is no food allowed in the Library now. You may not eat in the building (to eat you have to take your mask off, and that’s against the rules… hence no food). Drinks are allowed in covered containers only.

The Library will be carefully and thoroughly disinfected and cleaned every day. Sanitation wipes will be available near the elevators on the 2nd floor, and we ask that you disinfect surfaces and computer keyboards and mice before use.

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PRIDE @ SHU

PRIDE (Protecting and Respecting Individuality, Diversity, and Equality)
PRIDE is an organization at Seton Hall University dedicated to creating a safe and inviting environment for all members and allies of the LGBTQ+ community. PRIDE will host meetings and events to educate and celebrate the LGBTQ+ community at home and afar. We will stand up against injustice and discrimination in all its forms including but not limited to, homophobia, transphobia, sexism, and bigotry. We will be a voice of love and compassion for the whole community. 
Contact: SHUPride@shu.edu