Study Rooms S and T can be reserved for student-centered activities. Faculty and staff can reserve a room if students will participate in the session. This policy respects students' need for dedicated group study areas and meeting rooms.
Study Room T - Sign up sheets for the entire quarter are available at the circulation desk. Maximum 2 hours. Minimum 4 people. Arrive on time, as the room is released 10 minutes after start time. This largest study room has a wall-mounted flat-screen monitor and a projection screen. Ask at the circulation desk for accessories: connecting cables for your device, remote controls, laptop, DVD player and projector.
Study Room S - Sign up sheets for the entire quarter are available at the circulation desk. Maximum 2 hsours. Minimum 4 people. Arrive on time, as the room is released 10 minutes after start time.
Study Rooms O , P, Q, R - No reservations. Available on first come, first served basis.
Study Room N - Any individual needing quiet study in a room with a window takes precedence. No reservations. This is the only study room lacking a whiteboard.
Individual quiet study - the Testing Center in 117H has cubicles with glass doors. This is the quietest place available. Overlap examinations and other testing takes precedence. Staff who handles special test scheduling place a sign outside the door, and ideally is able to post a schedule a head of time. The study carrels in the main room make focusing on your work easier but if any ambient noise will distract you, please consider using a headset.
Group study - Other than study tables throughout the main room, look in the Imaging Lab in 117I. Classes are seldom held there, and you can arrange the tables to suit your group.