Booking A Study Room

DSC_0191Study space will be in high demand as we get closer to the exam season. The study rooms located in the Law Library are some of the best places prepare for exams if you prefer group study. The study rooms come in several sizes, include whiteboards, and have hardware for you to hook your laptop to a projector. While you can always go to or call the circulation desk to reserve a study room, it is generally more efficient to book at study room online using the Law Library Study Room Booking System.

By using this system, you can book a study room while away from the library and then simply pick up the keys from the Circulation Desk. The online system allows you to reserve a study room up to 7 days in advance. Please be aware that only groups of 2 or more law students can reserve a study room. Additionally, to avoid forfeiture of a study room, 2 members of the group must be present within the first 10 minutes of the reservation.  For more policies, see the Policies webpage.

To reserve a study room online, follow the steps below.

1. Go to the Law Library’s homepage and click on Book a Study Room.



2.  Using the calendar at the top of the screen, select the day you would like to reserve a room. Next to each room you will see how many people are recommended for a room (Ex. Room 120 (6) means 6 people). Click on the time for the room you would like to reserve. At this point, you will need to log-in with your Campus ID and Password.


3.  Using the form, provide your name, the names of your group members, and the reservation times. Do not forget to click save!



4. Lastly, when your reservation time is due, stop by the Circulation Desk to pick up the key. At this time you can also check out markers for the whiteboard. If you need to cancel a reservation, just stop by the Circulation Desk or call at 404-413-9100.


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