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How do you reserve a study room in the library?

Last Updated: Mar 20, 2017  |  759 Views

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Follow the steps below to reserve a study room:

  1. Go to library website at library.kennesaw.edu
  2. Click on Services on the left side of the page, then choose Study Rooms
  3. Select the campus where you’d like to reserve the study room
  4. Select the number of people of your group (optional), date, and the time, then click on Continue
  5. Fill in the information required: your name and email address
  6. Click Submit my Booking. You should receive a confirmation email for your reservation.

Notes: You can reserve a study room for up to 2 hours per day. Group study rooms do not have any technology, however, the Collaborative Study Rooms (Designated "Collab Tech Room") do have monitors to connect personal laptops or devices.  Laptops, iPads, and headphones can be checked out from the Check Out Desk for library use only.

Feel free to stop by the Check Out Desk if you have any questions!

**Keep in mind that reservations will be held for 15 minutes and then the room will be made available for other groups to make a reservation..**

Click here for more study room information at both campus.

For our complete Study Room policy, please click here.

*Georgia Highland students may reserve study rooms on the MARIETTA CAMPUS ONLY.

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