Welcome back, Huskies!
Are you a currently enrolled student this quarter and looking for spots at UW Tacoma to study? Please read on for options.
If you are reserving space on behalf of a registered student organization (RSO), click here. If you are faculty or staff, click here.
This video showcases well-known spots on campus to study and hangout. Kudos to staff in Student Affairs and Marketing & Creative Services.
There are study spaces on campus that may be reserved ahead of use. Click the button below to see all options available for reservations through the 25Live application.
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Ready to Reserve Space?
First, complete the brief online tutorial.
The tutorial goes over how to use the 25Live reservation system and provides an overview of the space use guidelines. It should take no more than 3 minutes to complete and includes a how-to video (2 min 49 sec).
Use the links below to access the 25Live reservation system:
If you are seeing "restricted" space options, please complete the online tutorial (above).
Study Space Use Guidelines
Space reservations that do not follow these guidelines are subject to cancellation:
- Students are eligible for access to this system during quarters that they are active and enrolled in classes.
- Study session reservations can be made up to 3 weeks in advance, starting on the first day of the quarter through the last day of finals week. Space is reserved on a first-come, first-serve basis.
- Each reservation can be a max of 120 minutes.
- Do not move furniture in or out of space.
- Face coverings are recommended, per UW's face covering policy.
- No eating or drinking allowed.
- Wipe down high-touch surfaces (table, chair) before and after use with supplied alcohol swipes.
- Do not leave belongings unattended. UW Tacoma is not responsible for loss or damage. Unattended valuables will be turned over to Campus Safety.
- At the end of your study session reservation, please remember to:
- Reset space to original configuration, if furniture was shifted around
- Erase any whiteboards or glassboards
- Dispose of all waste in corridor receptacles
- Log-off the computers or turn off the lights, if applicable to the space.
Frequently Asked Questions
Please send an email to the Office of the Registrar at firstname.lastname@example.org.
You may be seeing the “restricted” message because...
- You haven’t completed training yet, or
- The spaces are not available to students. Examples include classrooms, event spaces and certain conference rooms that are prioritized for staff/faculty/RSO meetings and events.
First, complete the required tutorial by clicking the button above labeled, "START FIRST TIME USER TRAINING." It will take you to another online website where you log in with your UW NetID (purple button located in the center of the website). Make sure you select the training for students. It should not take more than 3 minutes to complete.
When finished, you must restart your internet browser and then go back to this website (tacoma.uw.edu/study). Restarting your internet browser is important, as this step resets your access in the 25Live system. When you click the button titled "SUBMIT A NEW RESERVATION" you will see all the space options, as described in the training video.
If you continue to run into issues, please send an email to email@example.com.
If the room you are looking for is located in the Snoqualmie building or Tioga Library Building, please use the library room reservation system. Scroll down or click here for more information.
Click here to view space options available to students through 25Live Express Scheduling. It is important to note that not all campus spaces, including classrooms, event spaces and certain conference rooms, are available for students to schedule for their study sessions. If you have any questions, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
The 25Live application was updated on June 16, 2021 for UW students. If you would like a refresher, please watch the updated tutorial video.
When operations are suspended, classes are not held, administrative offices are closed and events and activities are cancelled. This means your study session reservation is also cancelled.
View the map on the Campus Safety website to ensure the door you are trying to enter is accessible.
If you discover building access issues while on campus, Student Ambassadors may be on-site to immediately assist with building access, or call Campus Safety at 253-692-4416 (non-emergency).
If your study session reservation falls during break weeks, you will need to call Campus Safety for access at 253-692-4416 (non-emergency).
Library Group Study Rooms
The SNO Study Rooms are now open and can be reserved online. Please click here to reserve a space in the Snoqualmie Building.
If you have any questions about these spaces, please email email@example.com.
Center for Equity & Inclusion Study Rooms
There are study spaces located in the Center of Equity and Inclusion in the Snoqualmie Building. Make your reservations at the CEI front desk in SNO 150 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
All rooms are fully equipped with computer and A/V.
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Non-Reservable Study Spaces
Scout™ helps students at the University of Washington find campus study spaces, campus food and tech items that meet specific criteria. It is available as a native Android and iOS app as well as a mobile-optimized web app that can be accessed from any desktop computer or mobile device. Learn more at IT Connect.