Due to the impact of COVID-19, Library study spaces are not currently available to reserve. When these spaces are again available to reserve, instructions and a link to place new reservation requests will be added here. See our COVID-19 information page for more details.
About the Rooms
John M. Olin Library
The group study rooms available for reservation are located along the east side of Level 2. (Turn right at the top of the stairs, or turn left after you exit the elevator on Level 2.)
- Room 204, Virginia Dowsing Toliver Group Study
- Room 205, Leicht Group Study
- Room 206, Hawes Group Study
- Room 207, Reber Group Study
- Room 208, Tuteur Group Study
East Asian Library
The Group Study Room (Room 211) is located next to the reading room and nearby the emergency exit door. It is for groups of three or more people, and it has a large table, a whiteboard, 10 chairs, electrical outlets, and wireless internet access.
Group Study Room policies:
- The primary purpose of the room is to provide a place for students to engage in collaborative and cooperative study in small groups.
- The Group Study Room is not available for regularly scheduled classes.
- Groups may reserve the Group Study Room at the East Asian Library service desk or by contacting the library at email@example.com. Please make reservations at least one hour in advance.
- Reservations are on a first-come, first-served basis, and may be scheduled up to three hours at a time. When the room is empty, it is available for walk-in use. However, reservations always take precedence over walk-ins. Walk-in groups are encouraged to sign-in at the East Asian Library service desk.
- Individuals may not reserve the Group Study Room but may use the unreserved room if not needed by a group.
- The open hours of the Group Study Room are according to East Asian Library service hours.
Kopolow Business Library
- Kopolow Library has 9 group study rooms, available for reserving during all hours the library is open.
- Each room has 6 chairs and one table, access to power outlets, and a whiteboard for group work.
- Rooms can be reserved for a duration of up to 2 hours.
- Reservations can be made up to 14 days in advance.
Kranzberg Art & Architecture Library
Rome Seminar Room: Library users may reserve the Rome Seminar Room at the service desk or by contacting the library. Reservations are on a first-come, first-served basis, and may be scheduled up to three hours at a time. The seminar room cannot be reserved for a regularly scheduled class. Arriving more than 15 minutes late forfeits the reservation. Scheduling priority is given to library instruction sessions.
Graduate Study Room: The Graduate Study Room is available on a request basis to graduate students in the Department of Art History and the Sam Fox School of Design and Visual Arts. Students in the Department of Art History are eligible for locker and shelf space in the room.
Group Study Room Policies and Information
Rooms are for group study.
Please limit your group’s reservation requests to no more than 4 hours per day. This will help ensure that many groups have an opportunity to use the study rooms.
The library reserves the right to deny reservation requests that do not follow the above policies.
Reservations are strongly encouraged. When rooms are empty, they are available for walk-in use, whether or not there is a reservation at the time. However, reservations always take precedence over walk-ins.
Canceling reservations: If you have made a reservation and will not be using it, please cancel the reservation so other groups may use the room.