Reserve A Study Room

Study rooms are intended for collaborative study and group projects. While guest or community users may use the open space of the library, study room use and reservation is only available for currently enrolled SDCC Students. Faculty and staff needing space for classes, meetings, or events should contact the receptionist to find appropriate space on campus. Groups of two or more people may reserve a study room, individuals may not reserve a study room for personal use. Individual study is permitted in group study rooms; however, a group with a valid reservation may ask any occupant without a reservation to vacate a room immediately.

The Library reserves the right to cancel reservations at any time. The Library is not responsible for the security of personal items. Any items left in rooms after the end of the reservation period may be removed by library staff and placed in the library’s Lost and Found or brought to Campus Safety. Group study rooms are not soundproof. Please keep noise at a reasonable level. Failure to comply with established policies may result in suspension of group study room privileges and/or other library privileges.

Reservations must be made at least 2 business days in advance.

Reservations can only be made for times the library is open, Monday - Friday. Study Rooms cannot be reserved on Saturday or when the library is closed.