ABOUT GROUP STUDY ROOMS

Start reserving a Raynor Group Study RoomStudy rooms are intended for the use of 3 or more students. If all rooms are occupied and some are in use by only 1 or 2 students, see circulation staff, who will vacate a room for your use. 

Additional Group Study Rooms (No Reservations Needed)

R060D, R060E, R060F, R060G, R060H, R060I

RESERVATION GUIDELINES FOR GROUP STUDY ROOMS

  • No more than 3 pending reservations per group or person
  • Reservations may be made up to 2 weeks ahead of time
  • Same day reservations must be made before the desired end time
  • Reservations are for a 2 hour maximum
  • Reservations are held for no more than 10 minutes
  • For small group study rooms, at least 3 students must be present at the Circulation Desk to receive a room pass
  • For large group study rooms (R221 & R223) at least 5 students must be present at the Circulation Desk to receive the room pass
  • Law students may use open rooms, but may not make advance reservations

If you have questions, ask at the Circulation Desk