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[Q] Are student offices open on Sunday?

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Question for the China-goers from past years of the CSC Scholarship (or whomever else would know this):
I'll be studying at Sichuan University next year, and am currently booking my flight to Chengdu. As my preferred date the flight there would be Saturday 30th, I'm thinking: are the student offices generally open on Sundays? Since I'd have to register there and get my room and stuff (mostly a place to spend the night would be nice...).

 

Thanku

 

(Oh, and sorry of this q has already been answered somewhere. I searched for it but couldn't find anything.)

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fanglu

It won't be open, but you may be able to prearrange for someone to meet you and get you into your room.

My suggestion would be to stay in a hostel and let the staff enjoy their day off.

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Lu

Usually they won't be open, and not on Saturday either. Personally I would fly on a different day, but Fanglu's suggestion of a hostel also works of course. Gives you a day of acclimatising and resting after the flight before you need to do stuff.

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James3

And if money is tight, you could always check out couchsurfing.org, and see if someone would put you up for a night or 2.

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