NUS Libraries - Hon Sui Sen Memorial Library

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2nd Storey

HSSML 2nd Storey

Study Carrels

Study carrels are available to graduate students of the Business School for individual study. Go to the Loans Desk to borrow the study carrel. It is available for a 4-hour loan and is on a first-come-first-served basis. 

Hon Sui Sen Room

The Library was built from funds contributed by the public in memory of Mr Hon Sui Sen, one of our previous Finance Ministers. The Hon Sui Sen Room contains Mr Hon’s memorabilia, such as original furnishings from his office and samples of currency notes printed during his term as Minister of Finance.

Discussion Room 12

Discussion Rooms are available for group work or study. 
Groups of 3 or more students can book the rooms using the online booking system under General Facilities Booking on NUS homepage. Each booking is for a 2-hour slot. 
More discussion rooms at 3rd Storey.

Quiet Room

This room is designated as a quiet reading area for study and research. There are powerpoints on the individual cubicles for users to use their laptops.
There is another quiet room on the 3rd Storey where use of laptops is not encouraged as it is a No-Click Zone.

Reading Area

The tables are equipped with powerpoints so that users power their laptops.

Content updated on 21 May 2014

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