Group Study Room Use

Who can use the Library's group study rooms?

• The group study rooms may be used by full-time medical or graduate students enrolled in School of Medicine programs. Other groups may use a room, but must give up the room when full-time School of Medicine medical or graduate students need it.

• Group study rooms are only for groups of 2 or more people. If there are unoccupied rooms, a single person may use a room but must give up the room when a group is waiting to use it.

• Rooms are available on a first-come, first-served basis.

Can I leave my belongings in the room?

• Students may not leave items in a room. Leaving items in a room does NOT reserve the room. Once a room is left unoccupied, it is free for use by another group, whether or not personal belongings have been left behind.

Can the rooms be reserved?

• The group study rooms may only be reserved for curriculum-based classes or programs, and for various library programs. A School of Medicine faculty or staff member must make the reservations. Students are NOT allowed to reserve the rooms.

• Weekly reservation schedules are posted outside the door of each room.

Can students use the Library's 1st floor conference room?

• Students may not use the Library's conference room. Exceptions may be made on a case-by-case basis only during exam times.

What other regulations do I need to know about?

• Keep noise levels to a minimum.

• Keep the rooms clean. There are trash cans in every room.

• Be aware that maintenance crews clean the Library at night. There will be some noise involved. Let these people do their jobs so they may finish quickly.

• Notes left on the boards will be erased.

• Do not open windows. This is a security issue, and it also interferes with the building's climate control system.

• Do not lock the study room doors.

• Go to the Library's Circulation Desk if you need supplies.

• If you have any problems or complaints, please see someone at the Library's Circulation Desk.