What is the LNAP? The Long Night Against Procrastination (LNAP) is a special event to help students accomplish some of their academic goals. Here's what you can expect:
- Help! WALC writing tutors and Hunter Library’s reference librarians will be available well beyond their normal business hours to help you with writing and research!
- Extra quiet study space to prepare for an exam or to work on a research project
- Collaborative work spaces.
- Stress relieving activities, including a visit from Buddy the therapy dog.
- Snacks! Food and drink will be provided throughout the evening
What time does it start? 8:00 p.m., but you can register anytime between 8 p.m. and midnight.
What time does it end? 2:00 a.m.! The library normally closes at midnight, but we will be open two extra hours for LNAP participants.
What do I need to bring? Bring a project you are working on--whether it be a research paper or notes to study for an exam. You will be encouraged to make specific goals for the evening. Wear comfy clothes and bring your laptop, if you wish. We will have some computers available. Also, bring your questions for writing tutors and reference librarians.
Do I have to stay the whole time? No. This is an event to help you accomplish your goals--you may leave anytime you are ready.
Will there be food? Yes! Free snacks are available while supplies last!
Do I have to register? Yes please! Sign in when you arrive if you want to take advantage of writing assistance, snacks, or some of the other study break opportunities.
Why are you doing this? This week in November is one the busiest times at Hunter Library--the building and the reference desk. We thought this would be a good time to bring in extra support.
|Snuggle your stress away with Buddy, the therapy dog.|