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Reserve a Study Room

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After entering the room reservation system, use the tabs at the top to choose a room type.

A brown box means the room is available.

Click on the box where the time you want intersects with an available room.

All form fields are required.

Important: make sure you see "your reservation has been made!" pop up on the screen.

The online reservation system is for student use only. Faculty & staff should call the library main desk for room reservations: (425) 352-5340.

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Study Room Policies

Call staff at 425-352-5340 for assistance

Rooms can be reserved for up to two hours

You can have one active reservation at a time

If a reserved room is unoccupied after 15 minutes, another group can occupy the room

To facilitate sharing of rooms, groups should not create back-to-back reservations

Individuals using group study rooms alone may be asked to leave the room


Room Types

Group Study

Group Study Rooms (LB1-302, LB1-303, LB1-320, LB1-321, LB1-322, LB1-323, LB1-324, LB1-325, LB2-303, LB2-304, LB2-305, LB2-306, LB2-307, LB2-308, LB2-309)

These rooms range in size and are equipped with 52" monitors to support group work and collaboration on projects for students using laptops. The monitors support HDMI, VGA, and DVI connections. These rooms also include a whiteboard, TV, VCR, and DVD player. There are no computers installed in these rooms.

Media Group Study Rooms (LB1-207, LB1-214, LB2-310 and LB2-318)

There are four Media Group Study Rooms in the library. Two are on the second floor and two are on the third floor. These rooms include a whiteboard, computer (with laptop connectivity), data projector, and powered speakers. Two of these rooms (LB1-207 & LB1-214) also have phones.  Priority use is for groups of students who need to use the equipment. Equipment is supported by Information Technologies.

  • Computer (with laptop connectivity)
  • Data Projector
  • Powered speakers

Individual Study Rooms (LBA-303, LBA-304)

These small rooms near the 3rd Floor Reading Room are the only rooms that one person can reserve for individual use. They may also be used by groups.They contain a Whiteboard only.

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