Answered By: Library Services Desk Last Updated: Apr 05, 2017 Views: 203
Group study rooms are available in the TLC for undergraduate and graduate students, with or without a reservation. A "group" is defined as three or more persons.
Third floor study carrels are first come, first serve, and have the door code posted next to the doorknob. Carrels are designed for individual study and generally reside in designated quiet study areas.
Fourth and Sixth Floor study carrels are open to all University of Maryland-affiliated library users for 4- or 8-hour reservations. You may reserve a study carrel on these floors by using our online system. Rooms may be reserved from two hours to one week in advance.
Study carrels on seventh floor are currently reserved for faculty and PhD candidates only. More information about study rooms is available here, including other locations within the Libraries' eight branches.
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