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Use your graduate student space: FB-630

November 17, 2017
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All Faculty of Fine Arts Arts graduate students are strongly encouraged to make use of the designated study space for graduate students in the Faculty of Fine Arts: FB-630 (Faubourg Building, Room 630).

Located on the sixth floor, FB-630 features a private lounge area with a large study space, kitchenette, conference room, small meeting room, privacy booth, lockers and five research labs.

How to use it

The conference room must be reserved on site or online. It is equipped with a large wipe board, large-screen monitor and device connections. Students may use the privacy booth and small meeting room on a first-come, first-served basis. Lockers in the space are available to everyone (please bring your own high-quality padlock).

Access

Access to the FB-630 space is managed through the Concordia Access Card system. You must be a Fine Arts graduate student or associated with one of the research labs to be approved for an Access Card.

Please obtain your Access Card and make use of the space as often as possible!

Please be aware that Security may charge you $20 when you pick up your new card. For now, the Faculty will cover the cost of all new cards for Fine Arts graduate students. There is no charge to re-program an existing card.

Learn more about the space.  




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