Room Capacity

Reserve either room 130 or room 139 in the Library.  View the library floor plans for details on where these rooms are. Rooms must be booked at least 24 hours in advance.  Rooms may be booked up to 5 days in advance.  Each person may book up to 3 hours.  Select a time to book from the calendar below to see additional policies.  Green hour blocks are available, red hour blocks are already booked.

Note: A Daily maximum of 3 hours can be booked.

AL 130 Capacity: 8

Group study on the first floor of the library by the color printing stations and the microfilm compact shelves.
No times available

AL 139 Capacity: 8

Group study room on the first floor of the library by the Printing & Photocopy room. Priority access is given to the Writing Center in the evenings if the Schweiker Room is unavailable.
No times available

Group Study Room Policies

  • Only group study rooms 130 and 139 in the Library may be reserved.  All other group study rooms are available on a first-come basis. Priority for rooms is given to groups.  
  • Group study rooms may only be booked by current members of the university community.
  • A group is defined as two or more individuals.
  • Group study rooms are available for reservation only during times the Library is open; bookings start at 8 am on weekdays.  Group study rooms are not available midnight to 2 am (after hours).
  • Each reservation must be made on the hour and be at least 1 hour (60) minutes in duration.  No more than 3 one-hour reservations may be made within one 24-hour period.
  • Reservations are limited to 3 hours per person every 5 days.  To reserve a room for longer than 3 hours, another person in your group must make the reservation.
  • Rooms may be reserved up to 5 days in advance and must be made at least 24 hours in advance.
  • Priority reservation access for room 139 is given to the University Writing Center, if its usual home in the Schweiker Room is unavailable. 
  • A group that is more than 10 minutes late forfeits the reservation.
  • An individual may use a group study room, but only as a walk-up if no reservation is currently in place for that room.  Rooms may not be reserved for individual study. 
  • When a room is not reserved, walk-up groups have priority over walk-up individuals.
  • Groups are responsible for abiding by their reserved times.  Please be prompt in arriving and be sure to leave when your reserved time is up.
  • Please respect others studying in the library by keeping noise to a minimum.  Remember that the group study rooms are not well insulated and noise travels.
  • Please leave the rooms tidy for the next group.
  • Every effort is made to keep computers and other equipment in the library working, but we cannot guarantee that a specific computer in a specific room will be working for a reservation. 
  • Andruss Library reserves the right to limit future reservations of group study rooms if the system is abused.