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Reserve Library Study Rooms Form

How to Reserve a Study Room

- Fill out the online reservation form

Receive the notification sent by the Library at your email

- Bring your student IDs and pick up room keys at the Main Circulation Desk

- Lock the study room and return the key to the Circulation Desk

Attention:

- Can check out room for two hours

- Can renew twice

- Reservation requests are reviewed from 8am - 5pm Monday through Friday.

- Reservations may be made in person at Circulation during the off-hours

- If the request is made after 5pm, it will not be process until the next day.

- Reservation request cannot be made more than one week in advance.

Or stop by the Circulation Desk in person.

Rooms Available for General Use

- Room 203: 1 table, 4 chairs

- Room 204: 5 tables, 10 chairs, 1 TV, 1 whiteboard, 1 computer

- Room 205: 1 table, 4 chairs

- Room 210B: 2 tables, 8 chairs, 1 white board

- Room 210A: 2 tables, 8 chairs, 1 white board

- Room 210C: 3 tables, 10 chairs, 1 white board, 1 projector, 1 computer

- Room 230: 2 tables, 8 chairs, 1 white board

- Room 408: 2 tables, 9 chairs

- Room 420: 9 tables, 29 chairs, 1 computer, 1 map, 1 white board, 1 projector, 1 DVD/VHS-player. This room is for authorized groups of the Campus Activities Board. An Advisor for a group may contact the library to reserve the room and identify a designated student for checkout.

- Room 422:  2 tables, 4 chairs

- Room 424:  4 tables, 8 chairs, 1 TV/DVD/VHS player

- Room 426: 1 table, 4 chairs

- Room 427: 1 desk, 1 chair

Rooms Available for Special Use

- Room 413: quiet studying only. No conversations or discussions, no music, video or any other form of noise. This room is designated as a quiet space for studying and is enforced by library staff.

                                 

Library Study Room Policy

- Responsible for all use made of the room

- Return the room to the same condition before entered

- All items and persons must be vacated from the room when the key is returned

- Failure to abide by the Study Room Policy may result in being denied room access

- A student or group who violates the Study Room Policy may be referred to the MSSU Dean of Students.

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