Rooms are available to VCU students, faculty and staff.
Rooms may be reserved for 30, 60, 90 or 120 minutes at a time, three times per week.
Rooms may be reserved up to two weeks in advance.
Reservations are strongly recommended, but if a room is empty, your group may use it on a first-come, first-served basis.
If your group does not claim the room within 15 minutes of a scheduled reservation start time, the room will automatically be open to others.
Rooms are not locked and are available whenever the library is open.
Rooms are monitored by library staff and security guards, who are available to answer questions and to assist you.
Who can use the study room
Available to groups of two or more people and to individuals with a demonstrated study- or research-related need for a private room (e.g. using a tape recorder or practicing a speech).
At least one group member must be a VCU student, faculty or staff member.
Groups have a priority over individuals, and one member of a group may not "hold" the room for others. Individuals may be asked to vacate group study rooms when groups are in need of collaborative study space.
Individuals seeking a quiet space are encouraged to use either the Quiet Floor at Cabell (Cabell, third floor), Silent Study (Cabell, fourth floor) or the Quiet Floor at Tompkins-McCaw (Tompkins-McCaw, second floor).