Study Rooms  

Study Room Procedures

The library's five study rooms are some of the most in-demand spaces in the library and are designed for a wide variety of uses and audiences. In order to serve all fairly, we have a few simple procedures regarding usage:

  1. Study rooms open at the beginning of each library operating day, and close 15 minutes prior to library closing.
  2. With no reservations, walk-ups are available on a first-come, first-serve basis. The library always recommends that you make a reservation for a study room. Learn more about booking a study room below.
  3. Patrons (or, in the case of study rooms, one study room group) are guaranteed a total of two hours of study room time each day. Those times can be taken in increments or all at one time for no more than two total daily hours guaranteed. We do not remove patrons after the two hour allotment is up, but please be ready to pack up and leave if someone else has a reservation for the room you are in. We cannot guarantee more than two hours per day for routine study room use.
  4. Items left unattended in a room will be removed and placed in lost and found.
  5. Please do not reserve extra time in a room by making reservation for individual members in one party. If you are a group of two: John cannot make a reservation from 10 a.m. - noon and Mary from noon - 2 p.m. to ensure a four-hour time slot. This isn’t a fair use system for other patrons requiring study room space.
  6. Library programs, including proctoring and testing, take precedence for study room use.

Reserve a Study Room

Study rooms for one to six people can be booked up to one week in advance for two hours a day per study group.

  • Reserve a study room online.
  • Study rooms can also be reserved at the self-booking kiosk located at the second floor information desk in the library.

Return to the Facilities Reservations page.

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