Room Reservation

The library has a number of study rooms of various sizes that may be reserved.

To make a reservation, come to the Main Office, Room 144 on the first floor of the library, or call 677-2850, between 8:00 am and 5:00 pm weekdays.

Room keys are obtained from and checked out at the front desk using your Bradley ID.   They are to be returned to the front desk at the end of the scheduled reservation time.  If the key is not returned by the end of the reservation period, a fine may be assessed to the account of the person responsible for the key.

General Policies

  • Rooms may be reserved for up to four hours and only three reservation occasions may be made at one time. 
  • Continuous occupancy is required.  Do not leave the building and come back later.  Abandoned rooms are subject to forfeiture of the reservation.
  • Rooms should be left in good order and the door locked before returning the key to the front desk.
  • The monitors in some rooms do not have VGA cables attached, however they may be borrowed at the Reserves Desk on the first floor.
  • Each room, unless otherwise specified below, is equipped with a monitor and whiteboard.   Markers for use with the whiteboards may be checked out at the front desk.

Room Descriptions

Lower Level

  • 3, 4, 5, and 6 are small rooms with a maximum occupancy of 2 people.  These rooms must be reserved and are not equipped with monitors or whiteboards.  The entire Lower Level is designated a Quiet Study floor so there are no conversations allowed. 

First Floor (Main Level)

  • 104, 105 and 106 are small rooms that can fit not more than 4-6 people.  Each has a small rectangular table and equipped with a monitor and whiteboard.
  • 103 and 107 are small rooms that can fit not more than 4-6 people.  Each has a small rectangular table and are equipped with a monitor and whiteboard.  These rooms are only available after 5:00 p.m. weekdays and anytime on weekends.
  • 121 is a large room that can fit approximately 30 people.  It has several rectangular tables than may be rearranged.  It is equipped with two medium-sized and one large-sized whiteboards.
  • Lower Wyckoff Room (#125) can fit approximately 50-75 people. It is set up with chairs that can be rearranged to suit your purposes. There is a table in the back. The room is equipped with a permanent screen and a portable projector is available.

Second Floor

  • 201 is a small room that can fit not more than 4-5 people. It has a small round table.
  • 210 is a small room that can fit not more than 4-5 people. It has a small rectangular table.,
  • 215 is a medium-sized room that can accommodate up to 10 - 12 people.  It has a built-in projector and screen. The tables are set up in a squared “U” shape.
  • 229 is a large meeting room and can easily fit 30 – 40 people. It has a built-in projector and screen, several large tables that may be rearranged and one very large conference table.
  • Wyckoff Balcony is suitable for anything up to 20 people. It does not have monitor or projector but is relatively private and the various size tables able to be rearranged.

Open Study Rooms (no reservation needed)

  • 7, 8, and 9 on the lower level are available on a first come, first serve basis.
  • Rooms 202 – 209 on the 2nd floor are available on a first come, first serve basis.