Category Archives: Greetings

Happy New Year and Welcome Back!

WelcomeWelcome Back to UNB Libraries for Winter Term!

Check out our services, resources, and spaces for group study and quiet study. All our libraries offer expert assistance in developing research strategies, finding the best search tools, and using our extensive print and online resources.

Come in and meet the staff at the research help desks in any of our libraries. We’re waiting for you!


You can Ask Us for help in person, by phone (506-453-3546), by email, by Instant Message, or by Text (506.800.9044).

Happy Holidays!

UNB Libraries’ staff wish you a peaceful, joyful, and restorative holiday season.
Stay safe, keep warm, and we’ll see you next year!

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Please note that all libraries will be closed from December 24th, 2016 until January 1st, 2017.

UNB Libraries will re-open on Monday, January 2nd, 2017.

See full details about library hours.


As always, however, UNB Libraries’ e-resources will remain accessible over the course of the holidays.

Happy Holidays

UNB Libraries’ staff wish you a peaceful, joyful, and restorative holiday season.
Stay safe, keep warm, and we’ll see you next year!

HappyHolidays

Holiday Hours

Closed: 24 December 2015 until 3 January 2016
Reopen: 4 January 2016

Please note that holiday hours will vary across the libraries. See full details about holiday hours.

As always, however, UNB Libraries’ e-resources will remain accessible over the course of the holidays.

Happy Holidays!

HappyHolidays

UNB Libraries’ staff wish you a peaceful, joyful, and restorative holiday season.

Holiday Hours

Closed: 24 December 2014 until 1 January 2015
Reopen: 2 January 2015


Please note that hours will vary across the libraries. See full details about holiday hours.

As always, however, UNB Libraries’ e-resources will remain accessible over the course of the holidays.

Stay safe, keep warm, and we’ll see you next year!

Good luck on your Exams!

Good luck on Exams
UNB Libraries’ staff wish you “good luck” on your exams!

Just a reminder that computers and quiet study space are in high demand in all our libraries at the moment.

We ask that you please respect everyone’s academic needs.

If you are studying in the Harriet Irving Library, keep in mind that the Milham Room (Room 100) on the first floor, the Seminar Room on the fourth floor, and the study carrels located along the periphery of the building on the fourth floor are the quietest areas in the building.
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Need assistance finding a quiet space? Ask at the help desk of any library at UNB.

You can also Ask Us for help by email, by Instant Message, or by Text (506.800.9044).