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Saint Marys Staff Library: Guidelines for Group Study Room Reservation

Information about location, staff, and services at the Saint Marys Staff Library

Helpful Information

  • Reservations during normal business hours can be 3 hour blocks of time per day.
  • Rooms are available for use during staffed library hours.
  • Consider extra time needed to initiate and/or wrap up meetings when determining reservation time.
  • Please honor the designated time of your reservation. If you need to extend your time, please check with staff at the service desk to ensure the room is still available.
  • Do not leave personal belongings or library materials in the rooms as they are not secure.  
  • Rooms without reservations are available for drop-in use.

 

Options for additional spaces on campus may be found through the Room Reservation System.  These are drop in locations not affiliated with the SMH Staff Library.  

Important Update:  The Room Reservation System will be transitioning to Microsoft Office in 2024.  This will take place between January and July 2024 with the former system retiring by September 2024.  For additional information, see this New Center article.

 

Making a Reservation

Study Room Descriptions:

  • Group Study Room A (MH1-513) has 2 round tables and a flat screen television that can be connected to a laptop.  It seats up to 4.
     
  • Group Study Room B (MH1-503) has 1 rectangular table, a flat screen television that can be connected to a laptop, and a whiteboard.  It seats a maximum of 10. 
     
  • Room M (MH1-502) has 1 small table but currently lacks media amenities. It seats 2.

To reserve a room adjacent to the Saint Marys Staff Library in Marian Hall:

If you do not keep your reservation within the first fifteen minutes, the reservation is considered to be canceled.