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Online Reservation System for Group Study Rooms

Notice of Change in Policy:

  • Based on user feedback during our test period, we are reinstating the policy of locking the study rooms.
  • After you have made your reservation, please go to the Service Desk and check out a key.
  • Reservations are not required. If a room is not reserved, it is available on a first come/first served basis, but you must still check out the key.
  • Users are limited to a single four-hour reservation per day across all rooms.
  • If you have any feedback, please use our Comments and Suggestions form.

Full Terms and Conditions:

  1. Rooms can be reserved up to five days in advance.
  2. Rooms are available to law students, staff, and faculty only.
  3. Rooms can be reserved in a single four-hour block; each user is limited to a single four-hour booking per day across all rooms.
  4. The maximum amount of time that a group can reserve across all study rooms is four hours per day.* If the Center's staff notices that one group is clearly monopolizing a room by having different group members sign up for time slots, we reserve the right to honor the first four hours of reservations and open up the remaining hours.
  5. If a room is not reserved, it is available on a first come/first served basis, but you must still check out a key.
  6. A group that is more than 15 minutes late will be deemed to have surrendered its reservation.
  7. Once you make your reservation, you must also check out a key at the Circulation Desk. Checked-out keys must be returned at the end of your confirmed online reservation. Having the key does not in any way extend the length of your reservation.
  8. Keys which are not timely returned may be subject to a 50 cent per hour fine. 

*These rooms may also potentially be reserved for longer periods for special events. For more information, please contact Julie Tedjeske (412.396.5014) or Chuck Sprowls (412.396.1133).

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