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Information on how to use the catalog, operate the microfiche reader, print/copy/scan materials in the library and reserve a study room.
Last Updated: Oct 5, 2017 URL: Print Guide RSS Updates

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Study Rooms

Four study rooms on the third level of the library (Rooms 3320, 3323, 3324 and 3325) may be reserved by at least TWO people for up to three hours and up to one week in advance. Two study rooms on the third floor of the library (Rooms 3321 and 3322) are available to be used on a first-come-first-served basis but still require at least TWO people use the room at one time. Each room is equipped with a TV, VCR, and whiteboard. Whiteboard markers may be borrowed from the User Services Desk staff on Level 2.

Follow the four easy steps below:

Step 1: Read the group study room policies

Reservations that violate or attempt to abuse library policies will be cancelled.

  • A minimum of two names (first and last names) with e-mail addresses must be given for each reservation request.
  • Three hours is the maximum reservation time per day and per session.
  • Reservations for rooms will be taken only up to one week in advance.
  • All of the study rooms double as media viewing rooms.
  • Library staff may check IDs at any time.

Step 2: Check Room Reservation System for availability

To reserve a Study Room, find the date you would like to reserve the room on the Room Reservation System, and check the hours available to see if there are any prior reservations for the room.

Step 3: Fill out and send Room Reservation Request form

If the room is available, click on the number of the desired room, fill in the requested information and click on "Reserve." You are required to include your name, plus the name of at least one other student (first and last names) who will using the room with you, your e-mail addresses, and the hours you'd like to reserve (up to a maximum of three hours per day).

Step 4: Check your email for room reservation confirmation

Check your email for a room reservation confirmation.



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