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Reserve Group Study Rooms

Reserve Group Study Rooms

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* See list of equipment available in the Group Study Rooms. *

  Lib139
SNO 139

Presentation Practice
(Seats 16)

SNO 152
Media:Scape
Collaborative Technology
(Seats 4)

SNO 153
Media:Scape
Collaborative Technology
(Seats 4)

SNO 154
Group Study
(Seats 8)

SNO 222a
Group Study
(Seats 6)

SNO 222b
Group Study
(Seats 6)

SNO 222c
(COMPUTER BROKEN)
Presentation Practice
(Seats 8)
 

SNO 222d
ADA Workstation/
Group Study
(Seats 8)

SNO 239
TLC Workshop
(Seats 12)
ONLY OPEN WHEN TLC CLOSED
WPH 202
WPH 202
Group Study
(Seats 4)
CLOSED SUNDAYS
WPH 204
WPH 204
Group Study
(Seats 4)
CLOSED SUNDAYS
 

Group Study Rooms Policy

  • Group Study Rooms are for UW student, faculty and staff use.
  • Only UW students with a valid UW NetID can reserve Group Study Rooms use the online reservation system.
    • Library staff WILL NOT reserve rooms for students.
  • All Group Study Rooms may only be reserved for use during the Library's Open Hours.
  • UW Faculty and Staff who wish to use a Group Study Room must contact the Reference desk: 253-692-4442 or tacref@uw.edu
  • Public users cannot reserve the Group Study Rooms. To reserve a room on campus, the public must apply with Events and Conference Services.

 

  • Group Study Rooms are intended for groups, defined as two or more users actively using the room.
  • Groups may reserve a maximum of THREE HOURS per group per day.
    • Be considerate of other groups and DO NOT book rooms for more than the maximum time by using the names of different group members.
    • Your reservation is void if you are more than 15 minutes late. Another group may claim the room.
    • Personal property may not be left unattended in the room to hold the room reservation for a group.
  • Reservations can be made for up to 14 days in advance.
  • Reservations made for single users are not valid; priority will be given to groups with or without a reservation.
  • When not reserved, Group Study Rooms are open on a first come, first served basis.
  • Group Study Room users without a reservation must vacate the room when requested by Library Staff, a Campus Safety officer, or a group with a valid reservation.

 

Library Study Room users are expected to follow the UW Tacoma Library Code of Conduct, including:

  • No eating allowed in the Library Group Study Rooms. Covered drinks are allowed.
  • Maintain a moderate noise level - rooms are not soundproof, and loud talking disturbs other users in adjoining rooms and outside the rooms.
  • Personal belongings should not be left unattended in the Library at any time; the Library is not responsible for patrons’ personal belongings.
    • Library materials checked out to your account should be treated as personal belongings. You may be assessed overdue and replacement fees if they go missing from a study room.

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