Library Hours During All-Student Quarantine and More

Dear Students,

As you know, we have launched a pilot program to see if we can keep the Cullom-Davis Library open during the quarantine period. The library is following the pre-quarantine operations including requiring you to schedule your library seat reservation in advance. You can log on here and use the EMS system to reserve your seat(s). A tent is set up outside the library (weather permitting) where you will check in and confirm your seat(s) reservation. You must have your Bradley ID to enter the library and masks are required at all times while inside. Physical distancing will be monitored and you may not move any library furniture. 

Be sure and read the library’s operational guidelines for full details. If we are unable to maintain health and safety in the library, we will have to close it for the quarantine period. 

The library will be open the following hours:

Mon - Thurs. 9 a.m - 9 p.m.

Friday 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.

Saturday noon - 5 p.m.

Sunday noon - 9 p.m.

Space will be available in the lower level of Michel Student Center for studying and participating in classes remotely. Please follow the capacity limits and if the room is full you must find another space. 

If you experience technology issues, contact the IT Service Desk at 309-677-2964 or servicedesk@bradley.edu.

We have added an FAQ on the all-student quarantine page to answer your questions and concerns. You may continue to send your questions to covid19concerns@bradley.edu, and we will do our best to answer them.

Thank you to those of you who have shared reports of non-compliance with us. If you would like to file a report you may email it to COVID19concerns@bradley.edu, fill out the noncompliance form online or if you need an immediate response, contact 309-677-2000.

Some media in Bradley University's current print, video and online materials was acquired before the COVID-19 pandemic. Media acquired after the pandemic began was done so in compliance with Bradley's COVID-19 safety protocols at the time. The ongoing safety of our faculty, staff and students is of the utmost concern during these unprecedented times.