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Five University Park Buildings To Stay Open 24/7 Throughout Finals Week

Penn State will keep five academic buildings at its University Park campus open for 24 hours a day throughout finals week, the school announced Monday. The change will go into effect on Thursday, April 25, and will last until Friday, May 3.

The affected buildings will be Boucke, Hammond, Osmond, Thomas, and Willard. The HUB will also continue to operate on its regular 24-hour schedule.

There will be no need for students to book a space in any of these buildings, which will serve as a study space regardless of a student’s college.

To view additional availabilities in various academic buildings, students can visit the “Classroom Availability” tab of the University Park Campus Map.

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