Answered By: Emma Sansby, BA (Hons) MA MCLIP
Last Updated: 23 May, 2023     Views: 6

If you take an official break in your studies (a process also known as 'intercalation') you retain access to your BGU email address and some university services.

In relation to the Library, if you are on a study break you can visit and study in the Library and continue to use our online resources, but you cannot borrow resources, book study rooms, or use document supply services such as inter-library loan.

ID card access to university buildings is suspended during study breaks so library visits must take place during the daytime (i.e., when you won't need an ID card to enter the Cornerstone Building); simply ring the bell at the library entrance and you will be asked to sign in.