Note: during the 2020/21 academic year, the circulation desk and the print reserves collection are closed until further notice.
The first floor of the library is where you'll find the circulation desk. The circulation desk is the main public service point in the library. It’s normally where you check out and return books, book a conference room, check out conference room keys, pay fines, and more. It’s also a great place to ask questions when you don’t know where to find an item or need help with something in the library.
When our physical reserves collection reopens, the circulation desk is where you will access reserve materials, including textbooks, whiteboard markers, USB sticks, headphones, board games, and more. Items in a reserve collection are in high demand and thus have restrictions placed on them. Most reserve items can be checked out for three hours at a time—although some can be taken out for longer—to ensure that everyone has reasonable access to them. You can find material on reserve in the UNB Libraries catalogue, and the call number will include LAW-RESERVES to point you to the right location. But remember, this collection is closed right now, so check for electronic versions of materials you need. When in doubt, ask a librarian for help.