Q. How do I sign up for a private study room?

Please note that study rooms are not available at this time. The answer below applies to when study rooms are available.

Study rooms can be booked online. Study rooms A and B are located on the first floor, and study rooms C, D, and E are located on the second floor.

Patrons can reserve a study room for a maximum of two hours per day, consisting of no more than two separate time slots. For example, a patron could book study room A for 60 minutes and study room E for 60 minutes, totaling 120 minutes.

Time spent in a group meeting counts toward the daily maximum for each participant. For example, if patrons X, Y, and Z have a two-hour reservation under X’s name, Y and Z cannot then make two-hour reservations under their own names.

A valid library card number must be submitted at the time your reservation is made. The name associated with this library card must match the name on the reservation; if it does not, the reservation will be canceled.

To check in for your reservation, present your library card to staff at the Circulation Desk (for rooms A and B) or the Reference Desk (for rooms C, D, and E). Going straight to the study room without checking in may result in being marked as a no-show and having your reservation canceled if someone else wishes to reserve the room and 15 minutes have passed since the start of your reservation.

Each study room has a maximum occupancy of 6 people. Lights must remain on at all times, and furniture within the rooms cannot be rearranged. We also ask that you be mindful of your volume, as the rooms are not soundproofed.


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  • Last Updated May 14, 2021
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  • Answered By Brittany Baldwin

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