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(4. 29.) Spring 2020 Changes in On-campus Facilities Operations (학내 시설…

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1. Library Operations (since Feb 25 - )


Building

Open Gate

Reading Room

Changes

Main Library

Reading Room: 1F, 3A (Gate 2)

Book Stacks: 2F, Gate 4

- Reading Room 1 (B2F)

- Reading Room 2 (B1F)

- Reading Room 3A (1F)

* Reading Room 3B has been shut down.

9:00 – 21:00

Kwanjeong Library

All Reading Room: 1F, Lobby (Gate 5)

- Computer Lab (6F)

* Group Study Room (2, 4F) has been shut down.

9:00 – 21:00

- Reading Room 7, 8 (7, 8F)

- Study Garden (2, 3F)

9:00 – 21:00

 

*​For the gate to book stacks (2F, Gate 4), operation hours for weekends and holidays remain the same.

*Non-SNU members cannot enter the libraries.

 

More information: click

 

2. Museums

Museums (since Mar 6; Museum of Art, MOA, since Feb 29) and Kyujanggak exhibition halls (Feb 29 - Mar 13) have been shut down.

 

3. Sports Facilities

 

- Sports facilities, including the stadium and outdoor field, have been shut down (since Mar 4).

=> Tennis courts and outdoor fields are open 9 am - 6 pm, Mon to Fri, from May 6.

​Tennis courts: Reservation must be made less than an hour for one court per day.

Outdoor fields (soccer field and tracks): Individuals can freely enter without a reservation.

Outdoor fields (baseball field): Individuals can freely enter without a reservation.

For all on-campus sports facilities, users must record their names, use hand sanitizers and measure body temperature before the entry. All must wear a mask during the entry and exit. Uses by a group or a team is yet to be restricted.

 

- POSCO Sports Center and other college-level gyms has been shout down (since Mar 2).

 

​- Gwanwasa dormitory's sports facilities (stadium and field) and cultural facilities (Gaon hall, Dain Hall) have been shut down (since Mar 5).


4. Movie Watching Room (Dure Hall, Bldg. 67)/Music Listening Room (Student Center, Bldg. 63)

 

All rooms have been shut down since the winter vacation.

 

5. Cafeterias and Convenience Facilities

 

- Student Center Cafeteria (Bldg. 63): Two meal lines available for lunch time

- No. 3 (Observatory) Restaurant (Bldg. 75-1): Three meal lines available for lunch time

- Dormitory Cafeteria (Bldg. 919A): Dinner serving time has been shortened to 17:00 - 19:00.


- Student Center's stationery shop, souvenir shop, and SNUPLEX (Bldg. 101) run for a shortened time (9:00 - 18:00).