Q. Air conditioning in silent study areas

Air conditioning in silent study areas
It gets increadibly hot in the silent study areas at the back of the main library, which means that the windows through to the library area must be open which lets all the noise in.

Our fees should include an air conditioned library!

Answer

Thank you for your feedback. The larger of the two silent study rooms in St Teresa's has a manual air-conditioning unit that isn't connected to the rest of the building. If the air doesn't appear to be on, or you have an issue with the temperature, please speak to staff at the front desk and they can rectify the problem. 

Unfortunately, the air-conditioning unit in the smaller room isn't currently working and we are looking into a replacement. If students find this room uncomfortable, they are welcome to use the pedestal fans that are available. 

  • Last Updated Oct 23, 2018
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  • Answered By Lucy Kelleher

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