- Group Study Rooms in the Library are for UW student use only
- Only UW students with a valid UW NetID can reserve Group Study Rooms using the online reservation system
- Library staff can not reserve rooms for students
- Faculty and staff who want to reserve a room should first check if there are rooms available in other locations on campus through the UW Tacoma Space Scheduling Page. In rare instances, the Library will book a room in the Library for Faculty and Staff. Faculty and staff who wish to use a Library Group Study Room must complete the Faculty Room Request Form
- Public users cannot reserve the Group Study Rooms. To reserve a room on campus, the public must apply with Conference Services
Library Group Study Room Rules
- Group Study Rooms are intended for groups, defined as two or more users actively using the room.
- Groups may make up to two reservations per day. Each reservation can be made for a period of 30 minutes up to a maximum of two hours.
- 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 or a group with a valid reservation.
Library Study Room users are expected to follow the UW Tacoma Library Code of Conduct, including:
- 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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