Temperature at Vanier Library

You wrote:

The university’s Vanier Library (Loyola) should be ashamed of itself. Students come to study/work in a library, not a freezer! In case the University has not noticed, it is winter outside and it is flu/cold season; it is constantly freezing cold inside the library. The radiators are NOT radiating anything! If after this written complaint and the recent verbal one I have already made is not enough motive for action, more noise will have to be made on the issue.

Thank you for contacting us about the temperature at the Vanier Library. The library is quite vigilant about noting the temperatures in the building because many of the heat pumps are old and need to be replaced on a regular basis. Still, we are glad you contacted us. Right now, the temperatures in the building are within normal ranges for the season. We verified the temperatures throughout the building yesterday (February 1st) and they were all within the 21-24 degree Celsius range. However, extreme weather or sudden changes in the temperature outside can have an impact on the temperature inside the building. We are glad that you reported this, and we encourage you to let us know if you feel uncomfortable. We will do everything we can to maintain a comfortable temperature at the Vanier Library.

One thought on “Temperature at Vanier Library

  1. Student

    I completely agree with you. There are parts of both vanier and webster library that have horrible drafts. If you ever sit next to any of the vent openings while studying on the 4th floor of webster you sure would think the temperature is abnormally cold.

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