Answered By: Edward McDermott
Last Updated: Oct 16, 2015     Views: 67

Group Study Rooms

(203A, 305, 317, 402)

 

Group Study Rooms are a high demand, shared resource, and we must ensure that everyone has fair access to these facilities. 

Please adhere to the policies below: 

 

  • In general Group Study Rooms are intended for group study.  If you reserve a room as an individual you may be asked to leave if a group needs the room.
  • A group may reserve a room for a maximum of two hours at a time.
  • After two hours of use, if no one else has asked to book the room, the same group may reserve the room for an additional two hours.  A maximum of four hours per group per day is allowed during high use periods of the academic year.
  • Back-to-back reservations using different group members’ names is not allowed and will not be accepted.
  • A group may not reserve a room for the same time slot for more than three weeks in a row.
  • Reservations will be cancelled if a group does not appear within 15 minutes of their scheduled start time.
  • Group Study Room keys do not leave the library.  Please do not take them downstairs to the Academic Commons. 
  • You must use your Clark OneCard/ID to check out the key for the room you have reserved.  OneCards/IDs will be held at the Circulation Desk until the key is returned.
  • Doors should be closed and locked when Group Study Rooms are not in use.  Please remember to lock the door when you are done.
  • All group members must leave the room at the end of their reserved time.
  • Rooms may be used while the library is open but must be vacated 15 minutes before the library closes.

 

If we believe a group is in violation of our policies and/or unwilling to share access to the Group Study Rooms in the spirit of cooperation and community, we reserve the right to impose access restrictions as needed.

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