Answered By: Katy Webb Last Updated: Oct 21, 2014 Views: 965
There are Group Study Rooms and Small Study Rooms located throughout the library. The Group Study Rooms, located on floors 1, 2, and 3 hold 3-8 people comfortably. They are small, enclosed rooms with a table, chairs, and often a chalk or dry erase board. The Single Study Rooms, located on floors 2 and 3, have a built-in table and hold 1-2 individuals.
Rooms may be reserved for two hours per day up to two weeks in advance.
To reserve a room please use the online reservation form.
You may also reserve a room by contacting the Research and Instructional Services in person, by phone at (252) 328-6677, or via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Forfeiture of Unattended Group Studies
The person with the room reservation has priority, regardless of the time s/he shows up to claim the room. A room reservation is like an event ticket. One doesn’t have to show up on time and can choose to forfeit his/her place by not showing up. However, when/if the person with a reservation shows up, then s/he has a reserved seat.
Laupus Library has a variety of rooms to accommodate groups of all sizes and technology needs.
To reserve a room please use the online reservation system.
You may also reserve a room by contacting the Information Services department in person, by phone at (252) 744-2230, or via email at email@example.com.