Q. Where are the group study rooms? How do I reserve one?
Answered By: Sue Vazakas Last Updated: Dec 20, 2017 Views: 13673
You can reserve rooms for as short as 30 minutes, or as long as 2 hours.
You can reserve rooms for a total of 2 hours per day.
You may reserve a room up to and inclusive of tomorrow at midnight.
-- That is, no matter what time it is now, you can reserve a room to use any time from now through tomorrow at 12 midnight
- Reservations have priority over walk-ins.
- Groups of two or more patrons get priority over one person.
- BLC group study rooms require a J-card to enter; MSEL group study rooms are never locked.
- If a room is not occupied within the first 10 minutes of the reservation block, the room is then free for all groups to use.
- The reservation system cannot do a transfer of a reservation to another user.
- Students can't reserve non-group study rooms (such as BLC 4040 or MSEL C-level Seminar Room), but may use them when they are not being used by library staff.
- A-level: 3
- B-level: 6
- C-level: 9
- D-level: 2
- Q-level: 2
- M-level: 6
- A-level: 1
- B-level: 6
- C-level: 3
- Hi -- you can't seem to book rooms off of library hours. Is that purposeful?
- If a person who has the reservation find a group of two in his room, does the person who has the reservation or the group of two have the right to the room?
- The person with the reservation has priority, unless you were late in claiming the room.