Group Study Rooms
- Users may only make one booking per day - default length is 2 hours. If you would like to make two 1 hour reservations please contact the Library Service Desk for assistance.
- You may continue using the room if there are no prior reservations.
- Reservations may be made up to 8 days in advance.
- Re-occuring reservations are not accepted, sorry.
- NOTE: To reserve a group study room online, you must have a NetID. Don't have a NetID? Just contact the Library Service Desk and we can help schedule a time for you.
Do I need a Reservation?
- When not reserved, Group Study Rooms are open on a first come first served basis; however, you must vacate when requested by a group with a valid reservation.
- 52 inch digital display monitor
- Laptop hookups: HDMI & VGA for screen sharing from personal devices
- White board
- Web Cam for video conferencing (3rd floor rooms only)
- WebEx is recommended for video converencing (3rd floor rooms only), and available to all MSU Students, Faculty & Staff
- On the 1st floor we have six study rooms that hold up to 8 people comfortably; not fully enclosed
- On the 3rd floor we have five rooms hold up to 6 people comfortably; fully enclosed with door
Who Can Use Library Group Study Rooms?
- 1st floor study rooms may be used by anyone.
- 3rd floor group study rooms are for student use only.
What you can use it for?
- Group study rooms can be used for a variety of study activities such as group projects and practicing presentations.
Courtesy is expected:
- Conversation must be held to a reasonable level.
- Rooms must be left in a clean and orderly condition.
- The Library is not responsible for personal property left in rooms; items found will be placed in the library's lost and found then routed to the Information desk in the SUB.
- Report any damage or equipment failures immediately to the Borrow desk. If damage is discovered after your use, you may be held responsible
- To report any damage or equipment failures contact the Library Service desk on the 1st floor of the library. If damage is discovered after your use, you may be held responsible.