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SJR State Library

Library Appointments

Book your spot for in-person help, computer use, or a study space at the libraryCurrent SJR State students & employees can book appointments in the Library to:

✔ Use a computer with high-speed internet and a web cam 

Book a study space & use WiFi

✔ Get in-person help from a Librarian

To start, select the campus where you want to book a spot:
Orange Park | Palatka St. Augustine or call your campus Library.

SJR State students & employees may also arrange Grab & Go Pickup of Library material.

The Library is open Monday - Thursday 8 a.m. - 9 p.m., Friday 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. and Sunday 1 p.m. - 5 p.m.

Want to book a spot for math or writing tutoring in the Academic Support Center? Click here


What We're Doing to Keep You and Our Staff Safe from COVID-19

The SJR State Library is following CDC guidelines including the Considerations for Institutions of Higher Education. Therefore, 

  • The Library and Academic Support Center (ASC) are operating at reduced capacity and have social distancing measures in place.. Appointments are recommended. Access is limited to current students, faculty & staff.
  • Masks must be worn by all persons while on campus and in all communal areas including the Library & the ASC. In-person service will be denied to persons not wearing a mask. Online services will be arranged for students who cannot wear a mask.
  • All persons must complete the College's Health Assessment before coming to campus. Please have your green checkmark ready to show.
  • All persons must check in at the front desk upon arrival.
  • Browsing is limited. Grab & Go pickup service is recommended.
  • Returned Library material is isolated for 96 hours before being handled by staff and reshelved in keeping with findings by the Institute of Museum & Library Services.
    • There will be a delay of at least 4 days from the time you place material in the drop-box to the time that material is then handled by staff, checked-in, and removed from your account.
    • The Library does not charge daily overdue fines and your access to services will not be impacted due to recently overdue items. (If you have material that was 6 weeks overdue before March 13, 2020, that obligation is already on your record. Contact your campus Library for details.) 
  • Computers and high-touch surfaces are routinely disinfected.