Question 7: Saturday Hours
Currently the Library is open from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm on Saturdays. Adding hours isn't an option now, but we may be able to change hours. Would you prefer it if the Library were open instead from 11:00 am to 6:00 pm?
|No, it's important to me that the Library open no later than 10:00 am.||173||36%|
|Yes, I'd prefer it if the Library were open till 6:00 pm on Saturdays.||280||59%|
- Even 1:00pm to 8:00pm would be fine.
- I never use the library on Saturdays but 10am sounds better.
- maybe even 12pm-7pm
- The last bus out of campus is at 5 so fewer people will stay at the library longer on fridays.
- I doubt many students use the library before 11 on saturdays
- I wish the library was open later on saturdays but earlier is better
- Most people would prefer to study in the morning than in the evening (on saturdays)
- longer hours on Sunday please
- not really important to me.
- waking up "early" on saturday isn't exactly common in college
- I am not on campus all day saturdays
- should have 24-hour opening.
- either way would be fine
- no preference
- I don't really use the library on weekends so it doesn't matter much.
- i would prefer that it open at 10am and close later than 6pm
- Early morning Sat. work is rare
- especially later in the quarter.
- I like comming to the library earlier in the morning
- It doesn't really matter; no one is here on sat night and the study room is always open
- I've come here at 9:00 disappointed it wasn't open yet
- I think those are reasonable hours
- earlier rather than later. like 9 am
- I've never come on the weekend
- Usually the people are pretty hardcore if they come to the library on saturday mornings so I think the early bird should get rewarded.
- preferably even later
- I think it is more likely people want to sleep in (after going out Friday night) and come to the library later. Nobody is going out at 5pm on Saturday anyway.
- does not matter to me
- might as well be from 2-9; I dont know anyone who regularly gets up that early anyways.
- It's good the way it is.
- No preference
- but i don't use the library much.
- No preferences