How to Reserve a Group Study Room
Room Reservations Forms
- Rooms must be reserved 2 hours in advance for up to 3 hours each day.
- Reservations may be made up to a month in advance. Please don't make reservations you don't intend to keep.
- If an unbooked study room is found vacant, another student may occupy it, regardless of what materials are left in the room.
- Don't leave study materials or personal belongings in the room unattended. Theft of valuable items is often a crime of opportunity. Don't create the opportunity.
- On the appropriate scheduling form, choose the desired block of time from the available time slots. Available times are displayed in green on the reservation form.
- You need to provide your name, a Le Moyne email address, the name of your study group, and your Le Moyne class status.
- Your reservation will be placed immediately upon submitting the form.
- Your name or the name of your study group will be listed on the reservation page as a reminder of the time and location of the room reservation.
Send questions, booking problems, or cancellation requests to email@example.com.
Alumni and community borrowers may book a study room by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. Please check availability before sending your request.
Group Study Rooms A - D
Four Group Study Rooms located on the second floor are available during library hours. Study Room A accommodates 8-10 people. Study Rooms B, C, and D each accommodate 2-5 people.
Rooms must be reserved at least 2 hours in advance and may be booked for a maximum of 3 hours a day. If not reserved, rooms can be used on a first-come, first-serve basis.
Group Study Rooms should not be reserved on a recurring basis (daily, weekly, monthly, etc.).
Each room contains electrical outlets, wireless internet access, and dry-erase boards. Dry-erase markers may be requested at the Reference Desk near the front of the library. Laptops may be borrowed from the IT Service Desk on the first floor of the library. Study Room A may also be equpped with a video monitor and DVD/VHS player.
Don't leave study materials or personal belongings in the room unattended. Theft of valuable items is often a crime of opportunity. Don't create the opportunity.
Floor Map of Study Rooms
Study Rooms A - D (group study) are located on the second floor adjacent and to the right of the stairs.
Study Rooms 1 - 9 (individual study) are located on the second floor past the books stacks behind the stairs, along the outside wall of the Library.
Library 2nd Floor