Skip to Questions

Ask-A-Librarian - Need help? Just Ask!


How do you reserve a study room in the library?

Last Updated: Oct 30, 2013  |  347 Views

Was this helpful? 3   0


Click on the "Study Rooms" icon at the bottom 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; one (114) holds a maximum of eight and two (122 and 322) hold a maximum of 12.  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 ground floor of the library is now closed due to renovations. The five open rooms in OwlSpace located on the Ground Floor are closed, as well. For a list of alternative study rooms, please see the Library Renovation Webpage

None of the study rooms in the 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.

For our complete Study Room policy, please click here.


Answered by Ashley DupuyBookmark and Share

Other Answers / Comments (0)

    More Ways to Ask

    Via SMS: TXT your question
    to (770) 983-6547
    Call us:
    appointment calendar pictureResearch Appointment:
    Schedule Appointment
          (72 Hours Advance Notice)
    Walk in green person pictureWalk-In Help:
    Library Building - 1st Floor (Room 113)

    Live Chat

    JavaScript disabled or chat unavailable.

    Browse by Popular Topics

    Books  –  Circulation Policy  –  Citation  –  Computers  –  Databases  –  Digital Commons  –  Directional  –  Electronic Books  –  Employment  –  Faculty Services  –  GIL Express  –  Government Documents  –  Interlibrary Loan  –  Library Catalog  –  Library Instruction  –  Library Policy  –  Microfilm  –  Newspapers  –  Passwords  –  Printing  –  Publishing  –  Reference  –  RefWorks  –  Repository  –  Research Guides  –  Research Help  –  Reserves  –  Services  –  Study Rooms  –  Technology  –  Testing  –  TRAC  
    View All Topics

    Related content from Research Guides