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 collected and signed for at the front desk and to be returned at the end of the reservation. 

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.
  • The monitors in some rooms do not have VGA cables attached, however they may be borrowed at the Reserves Desk on the first floor.

Room Descriptions

Lower Level

  • 4, 5, 6 & 7 are small rooms with a maximum occupancy of 2 people.  The entire Lower Level is designated a Quiet Study floor so there are no conversations allowed.  They are not equipped with monitors. 

Second Floor

  • 201 is a small room that can fit not more than 4-5 people. It has a monitor and a small round table.
  • 210 is a small room that can fit not more than 4-5 people. It has a small square table but does not have monitor,
  • 215 is a medium sized room that can accommodate up to 10 - 12 people.  It has a built-in projector and screen. The tables may be rearranged to suit the groups purpose.
  • 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 on 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.
  • Rooms 202 – 209 on the 2nd floor and 8, 9 & 10 on the Lower Level are first come, first serve and do not require reservations.