Answered By: Joelle Maurepas
Last Updated: Sep 29, 2015     Views: 190

Good question.  The answer, for the moment, is no.   Meeting rooms can be used as study spaces when not in use but they can't be reserved ahead of time unless you have are part of a pre-approved group. 

If you want to reserve a room, you need to follow the meeting room application process. This can be overkill if you only need space for a one-off study meeting.  If that's the case (that is, if you think you'll only need to use a study room once or twice in a year) you're better off just calling ahead to the branch of your choice and asking permission use a room/space when no groups are scheduled.

When not in use, meeting rooms are available on a first-come, first-serve basis with your library card.

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