The University Library has 38 Group Study Rooms (GSRs) for students to work in, which can be found on the 2nd, 4th and 5th floors of the library. Most rooms seat six people, but we also have GSRs for groups as large as 12 people and as small as 4 people. All rooms have tables, chairs, a whiteboard, and power outlets. GSRs on the 2nd floor and on the 5th floor feature additional technology to facilitate collaborative work, including widescreen digital displays with HDMI or wireless connections.
To see if a room is available or to make a reservation, check out the calendar on the Group Study Room Scheduler website. All rooms must be reserved in advance – rooms on the 5th floor are open for reservations two weeks in advance, rooms on the 2nd and 4th floors are open for reservations 24 hours in advance. The reservation system includes detailed information about each GSR, including photos and a location map.
Group study rooms are for current student academic use only. While group study rooms are normally intended for groups of two or more, they may temporarily be reserved for independent study. Faculty and staff members needing rooms on campus should contact Event and Conference Services, x8800.
Complete information on who can use the GSRs, how to make reservations, and how the rooms should be used can be found on the GSR Policy webpage.
Other Room Resources
If the Group Study Rooms do not fit your needs, there may be another space on campus that does! Here are a few additional spaces on campus that may be of interest to you:
- Lactation Spaces
- Adaptive Technology Lab
- Serenity Lounge
- Commuter Lounge
- Gender Inclusive Facilities