These rooms are intended as a place for UCSC students to work and study together. They are not intended for individual study. Neither are they intended as meeting rooms for the business of the University or as general assignment classrooms.
These rooms are a shared resource and access is informed by UCSC Principles of Community: http://www.ucsc.edu/about/principles-community.html
Please be decent to one another and share these rooms in a spirit of cooperation. If a problem arises, do your best to work it out. If you cannot come to an agreement, we are here to help. Contact library staff at the Service Desk if you need assistance.
Rooms may be reserved at http://calendar.library.ucsc.edu/
For the purpose of making and keeping a reservation, a group is defined as at least two eligible persons (UCSC student, faculty, staff). Rooms 0333 (Keyboard Practice Room) and 0337 (Adaptive Technology Room) are exceptions to this policy; they may be reserved by a single user.
Rooms may be reserved for up to four hours at a time.
Rooms may be reserved up to one week in advance.
There is a 15 minute grace period for reservations. If the room is not being used by an eligible group (at least two people) at the end of the grace period, the entire reservation is forfeit. If you have forfeited your reservation but still have need of a group study room, please find an alternate location.
Back-to-back reservations are not permitted but groups may stay beyond their reserved time if there is no subsequent reservation and there is no other group waiting for a room to open.
Food and drink may be consumed in accordance with the library’s policy. Please clean up after yourselves and leave the room ready for the next group. Some cleaning supplies are available in the corridors outside these rooms. http://library.ucsc.edu/about/food-and-drink-policy
Each room has a whiteboard or chalkboard. Please use only appropriate markers and erasers. If there are no dry erase markers in the room, please visit the Service Desk at S&E library or the vending machine at McHenry Library.