We welcome new students, faculty, and staff and say “welcome back!” to our returning students, faculty, and staff. Those of you returning to Hopkins know that the library lost its 24/7 study space (aka the HUT) when Gilman Hall closed for renovations this past spring. For those of you in HUT withdrawal and new students wondering where you can study around the clock, the Eisenhower Library (MSEL) will be open 24/7 for the academic year, starting Monday, September 8. MSEL will keep to the same schedule that the HUT did so please consult our Hours page for the dates that we will not be open 24/7.

We’ve made some changes to our access policies in order to insure adequate seating and workstations for our JHU students, faculty, and staff. The Eisenhower Library will be open to the public (upon presentation of a photo ID) between 8 am and 8 pm daily. Between 8 pm and 8 am, we’ll need to see a JHU ID, an Eisenhower Library borrower card, or an ID from another academic institution when you enter MSEL.


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