What are the hours of operation for the library?
Public Hours: 9 a.m. – 6 p.m. Public Hours: noon – 6 p.m. To access the library at other times, current UB students, staff, and faculty must use their Bee Card or obtain permission to enter the building from the UB Police Department as described on the Campus Building Hours page.
What does the law library do?
The Library also proudly serves the West Virginia bench, practicing bar, and the general public at large. The Law Library’s highest priority is to provide information resources and support for our staff, students, faculty, and users while safeguarding the health, well-being, and academic success of all our faculty, staff, students, and users.
What is the largest law library in the US?
One of the nation’s largest law libraries, the Albert E. Jenner, Jr. Library offers students, faculty, and members of the community access to first-rate legal academic resources. All our reference librarians are experts in legal research, with graduate degrees in law and in information science.
Is the university library open on holidays and reduced service days?
The library is closed on most University Holidays and designated campus Reduced Service Days. The online catalog is managed through the University Library. Other University Library resources include:
How do I get into the ubalt library?
Entry is by Bee Card only. In order to maintain a healthy and safe environment, UBalt requires that everyone be masked (unless alone in an office/study room with the door closed) while indoors on campus. Currently the library is not offering public hours.
What time do the labs open and close?
The labs are open until 12:00 a.m., except during University holidays and emergency building closures. Hours are extended until 2 a.m. during the law school study and exam periods.
Is the library open to the public?
Currently the library is not offering public hours. * For holiday, semester break, and other special hours, check the library’s Blog, our Google Calendar page, or our notices on Facebook.