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  • February 10, 2014

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Pregnant Women May Now Park in Parking Spaces Reserved for the Disabled

Starting March 2014, SNU will allow pregnant women and students with infants or toddlers to use parking spaces originally reserved for disabled people. Students with a medical note confirming pregnancy can receive temporary parking stickers allowing them use of such spaces. Also, the SNU Library is starting a book lending service for women in their third trimester of pregnancy and students -- regardless of gender -- with infants or toddlers. These people can request that the library staff on the 4th floor retrieve the books (mostly located on the 5th floor) they need. Students with infants or toddlers can bring their children to the 4th floor lobby, where previously, underage children were not allowed to enter. These changes in the school policy are the result of the efforts of Mom in SNU, an SNU student mothers’ organization.

Summary by LEE Hee Un, SNU English Editor,
Proofread by Brett Johnson,

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