Posted 09/05/2020  |  Back

We are getting a lot of questions about using the Library space, so here are some frequently asked questions that you might also be curious about. 

If you have additional questions, check out our online FAQ, and feel free to submit a question as well!

Q: Can I come to the library?

A: YES! The Library is open to current FSU students, staff, and faculty only. 

Please bring your OneCard to enter. 

All Library visitors are expected to follow COVID-19 policies, such as wearing a mask.

Q: Where can I sit and work in the library?

A: All 4 floors of the Library are open. We have moved some furniture to help accommodate social distancing. 

You can sit wherever you would like.

We encourage you to also do your part to socially distance while in the Library.

Q: Will computers & printers be available for use? 

A: YES! Printing/scanning/copying is still available on the 1st floor.

Computers have been dispersed across all 4 floors.

Q: Can I look for and borrow books?

A: YES! You can browse the stacks, use, and borrow books, as well as equipment from the Library. 

Please note: Course reserves will be digital. You can request and access online.

Click the Digital Reserves Quick Link on the Library website to see what your instructor put on reserve for your class.

Q: Can I reserve a study room? 

A: YES! You can still reserve a study room, either online or at the Public Services Desk. 

Please note study room capacities have been limited to 1-2 people.

Q: Can I still get research help?

A: YES! While there will be some help available in person at either the desks, the easiest way to get help right away is through the chat box on the Library homepage. 

You can also schedule a Research Appointment with a librarian by clicking the Meet with a Librarian link on the website. 

You can also email your question at

Q: how can I keep up with any changes at the library?

A: To stay up to date, check the Library News feed on the Library website. 

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