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How do you reserve a study room in the library?

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Click on "Study Rooms" under "Services" on the left side of the library homepage to book a room or click here.  You can also scan the QR code outside of the room you're interested in to reserve it immediately.  Reservations may be made up to seven days in advance.

Sturgis Library (Kennesaw)

Seven rooms (302A, 302B, 302C, 302D, 302G, 302H, 302J) hold a maximum of four students.  Rooms must have a minimum of two people and can only be reserved for up to two hours.  If your group has not arrived by 15 minutes past the hour, your reservation is forfeited.

The first floor of the library is now closed due to renovations. For a list of alternative study rooms, please see the Library Renovation Webpage

None of the study rooms in the Sturgis library have computers, monitors, screens or other types of technology.  Laptops, iPads, and headphones can be checked out from the information desk for library use only.

Johnson Library (Marietta Campus)

There are 22 open study rooms and 9 Collabrative Technology rooms at Johnson library. The seating capacity varies for each room ranging from 4-6. No reservation is required to use the open study rooms. Students can reserve Collabrative Technology rooms online.

For our complete Study Room policy, please click here.


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