The library offers a variety of study spaces from group rooms where you can close the door to individual study carrels where you can quietly cram for your next quiz. There are comfortable seating options and more traditional desks and chairs. Please review the library study room policy and contact the library at email@example.com if you have any questions.
Reserve a Library Study Room
Groups of Oregon Tech Students, Faculty, and Staff may reserve Group Study Rooms up to one (1) week in advance. When reserving the room, you will be asked for the number of people in your group. Reservations will be held until 15 minutes after the beginning of the scheduled time period. After 15 minutes, the room may be reassigned. Reservations may be made through the library catalog, or by stopping by the Library Help desk.
Check Out Procedures
Group study room keys are available for checkout with an Oregon Tech ID at the Library Desk. Keys should be checked out immediately prior to use of the room. The person who checks out the room key is responsible for upholding the policies, maintaining the security of the room, and returning the key.
If you need more time, check with the Library Desk. If the room is not reserved by another group, you will have the option to renew your time for one (1) additional hour. If a room is not vacated and the key returned to the Library's Desk at the end of your reservation, you will be charged a $5.00 fine.
Group Study Rooms are for use for a Two (2) Hour Period (Three (3) hour Maximum).
- Group Study Rooms are for groups of Two (2) or more Oregon Tech Students, Faculty, or Staff.
- Conversation or presentation volume should be confined to the room you are occupying.
- Group Study Room keys may not leave the building.
- The Library follows campus facilities use policy.
- Only drinks in closed containers are allowed. No food.
- To respect users' privacy, the library is unable to tell what group study room an individual is using or has used in the past.
- Posters, notes, and other items may not be hung on walls or windows. Some white boards are magnetic.
- The Library is not responsible for the security of personal items left unattended.
- Non compliance with these guidelines or damage to these facilities may result in members of the group being denied further use of the group study rooms or being asked to vacate the room.
- The Library reserves the right to enter rooms at any time.