Answered By: Steven Profit
Last Updated: Feb 27, 2015     Views: 5721

College of Charleston students can schedule two, one hour reservations per day, up to 3 days per week. Reservations can be made online or via mobile phone by visiting the library home page and clicking Study Room Reservations. Only CofC students with a valid email address are allowed to make reservations. Once a reservation is made, the student will receive an email to confirm the reservation. The student must confirm the reservation within 30 minutes of receiving the email to complete the reservation process. You may use your confirmation email to verify your reservation in the event that two groups claim to have a reservation for the same time. 

Collaborative Study Rooms may be reserved for groups of three or more persons. A maximum of 6 students are allowed in small study rooms. A maximum of 10 people are allowed in rooms 236 and 326. 

All of the study rooms are unlocked and are available on a first come, first serve basis. These rooms are for course-related, library purposes only; they are not available for clubs, recreation, regularly scheduled meetings, or campus departmental business with faculty for office hours. Groups are allowed to go into the rooms without a reservation, but must leave when a group comes with valid proof of a reservation.

If you use a study room, please remember to be respectful of the building and of other people in the library.  Inappropriate behavior in the study rooms is not allowed.  Food, uncovered drinks, excessive cell phone use, and unreasonable noise are not allowed in the group study rooms.

Please see out library policy for Collaborative Study Rooms.

If you have any questions or concerns regarding Collaborative Study Rooms, our policies or the new online reservation system, please contact the Circulation Desk at or 953-8001.


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