As you visit and utilize the facilities at the LRC, please stay safe by observing the recommended SOP for prevention/spreading of the Covid-19 virus.
Use the sanitizers available at the following points, before and after using the facilities:
- Self-check machines
- PC room
- Counter area
Only sit at designated areas and not move furniture around. Keep your distance and always wear a mask for your own safety and the people around you.
Always remember, prevention is better than cure.
If you have not been receiving email notifications such as Pre-Overdue Notice, Overdue Notice and Bills for your loans, please check your Junk Email box. It might be possible the e-mail system suspect such emails from the LRC is a spam mail.
Alternatively, you may check for due dates via your LRC accounts in Enterprise.
As you continue to study online off campus, please note that if you have any loans due from 2 Nov it will be automatically renewed. You can also check your account or renew any loans on your own via Enterprise. Even though the LRC is closed you can get in touch with us through email email@example.com
For any outstanding debts please check with the counter staff before payment when you are allowed back to the campus.
Have you ever wonder what to do with your used books? Well, wonder no more. You can sell them online at www.spartext.com. Register yourself with event code READINGU and start uploading your titles. Who knows, someone might just be interested to buy them.
You may also list other items such as calculators and lab coats.
For the full terms and conditions and the selling process please refer to the website.
Do you enjoy reading our subscription to the Reader’s Digest? Well if you are finding it hard to put aside time to read, you can now listen to the podcast.
Go to Readers’s Digest podcast and you can listen to some of the top articles.
Now that you’ve completed or almost completed your examinations, it is time to destress or unwind.
Here are a few very good advice to do just that.
The greatest weapon against stress is our ability to choose one thought over another.
~ William James, (January 11, 1842 – August 26, 1910) American philosopher and psychologist.