Group Study Rooms
- Group study rooms are available on a first-come, first-serve basis. They are to be booked at the Circulation desk
- Group study rooms are for groups of four or more Saint Peters University students, faculty, or staff. (During slow periods, staff may make exceptions for groups of three.)
- Group study rooms are for use for a two-hour maximum period
- The student requesting the room for their group must leave their University ID at the Circulation desk
- Your group must maintain a low volume of noise in the room as not to disturb others; this holds for group collaboration and/or viewing or listening to any media
- If at any time we observe that you do not have at least four people in your group study room, you may be asked to vacate the room.
- If an assigned room is discovered unoccupied after it has been assigned, all belongings will be removed and placed in the library’s lost and found. The room will be made available to other patrons
- If your two hour time period has ended, you can continue to occupy the room until it is requested by another group
- Exchanging ID’s does not entitle you to extra time in the room. If more time is needed, you must come to the desk and ask
- Your group is responsible for any unreported damages found after you leave the study room. Please advise us of any condition in the room which requires attention at the time of your occupancy. And unresolved disputes will be forwarded to the Dean of Students Office for resolution.
- We ask that you follow Saint Peter’s University Libraries Food and Drink Policy. Use common sense, and stick to covered drinks and dry snack foods.
- We also ask that you take any trash with you.
- The library staff reserves the right to remove individual or whole study groups for noise or other violation of College, Library and/or room use policies
- To respect our users’ privacy, the library will not tell users what group study room their friends, roommates, classmates, and so forth are using.
Please note that Group Study Rooms are intended for collaborative work in the library and are not intended for regularly scheduled seminars, classes, club meetings, or other extra-curricular activities.