The Library has seven rooms available for group study and discussion. All rooms are equipped with white-boards, and some with LCD displays.
We are unable to accept reservations by phone or more than one day in advance.
Quiet Study Areas
study rooms are for student use only; rooms are not available to law
students; if you are a law student, please use the study rooms
available in the Doraine Zief Law Library.
In order to provide fair access and use to students on campus, the following policies apply:
must be made in person at the Circulation Service desk at the entrance
of the library. A USF ID must be shown. Group Study Room reservations
are a library service and require a library card.
- Reservations cannot be made by phone nor by a third party (i.e., someone outside the group).
- Reservations can be made no more than one business day in advance.
- Reservations are taken for groups only,
not for individuals (with the exception of VHS tape viewing). A group is two or more people.
- Reservations are limited to one group per day (i.e., only
one room, for one group, for one 2-hour time slot within a calendar
- Reservations can be made by individuals or groups for the purpose of viewing Course Reserve videocasettes.
study rooms may be used without making a reservation, but groups with
reservations have priority. Students are free to enter and use rooms or
to stay past their reserved time. However, a group with a reservation
may ask those without one to vacate the room.
||Video Tape Player
(for connecting to laptop computer)
||✔ 60" TV monitor with USF cable
||✔ two 40" monitors
the library cannot accommodate your group study needs, there are other
locations on campus, such as the Center for Academic and Student Achievement (CASA) in the University Center.
you have a group planning or preparing for an on-campus event (i.e.,
not class-related work) for which you need a room, please check with Events Management in the McLaren Center.