Grey Nuns Reading Room hours and temperature

You wrote:

I really enjoy studying at the Grey Nuns Reading Room which is providing a great environment. But it is a pity that the study room closed so early during week days at around 9pm and during weekends at 5pm. Is it possible to extend the time to 11pm? And is it possible to improve the heating in the study room? It is very cold in the study room in the winter.

Good news!

We currently have extended hours at Grey Nuns (GN). From Nov 24th – Dec 12th, they’ll be:

Monday – Thursday: 9am-1am

Friday: 9am- 10pm

Saturday & Sunday: 10am-9pm

For more information about hours at Grey Nuns and all other Library buildings and services, please see our website: 

The staff supervisor for GN also recommends: In the future if you are cold, you can inform the Staff member at the (GN) Information Desk, they can adjust the temperature.


4 thoughts on “Grey Nuns Reading Room hours and temperature

  1. Anonymous

    grey nuns reading room is way too cold at all hours… there’s a huge difference in temperature between the reading room and just out the reception.

  2. Anonymous

    Seeing that final exams are just around the corner, and the lack of capacity in the webster library due to 3rd floor renovations, it is highly recommended that the grey nuns library offer the students 24 hours access.

  3. libsuggestions Post author

    Thank you for your comment.

    We share your concerns and are aware that space is limited. The good news is that the GN hours have been extended from April 13th – May 1st as follows:

    Monday – Thursday 21:00 – 1:00
    Friday 18:00 – 22:00
    Saturday – Sunday 17:00 – 21:00

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