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Group Study Rooms

Please Note

Due to the extremely high demand on group study rooms, the University Library must require two UWSP identification cards and a minimum of two students working in a room at all times. We ask for your cooperation, understanding and help in keeping these rooms available for people working in groups. Please, be prompt in returning your key to the desk when your reservation is over or when the amount of people working in your room falls below the two person minimum requirement.

Room Information

Rooms Available for Checkout Purpose Details Reservation Policies
4th Floor Group Study Rooms
404, 406, 408, 410, 412, 422, 424, 426, 430, 430A
Group study rooms may be used by groups of 2 or more students who need to work on class projects without disturbing others. Rooms with 2 monitors:
404, 406, 408, 410, 412, 422, 424, 426

Rooms with 1 monitor:
430, 430A
  • Each room is equipped with one computer work station.
  • There is a limit of 4 hours per day per group.
  • Seats 4 - 5 people.
  • Users may print from these stations.
  • Groups may reserve the rooms and sign out a key at the Access Services Desk on the 1st floor.
  • 2 University IDs are required as security for the key.
  • If you experience problems with the equipment, please contact the Information Technology Help Desk for assistance (346-HELP).
4th Floor Presentation Rooms
416, 420, 432
The Presentation Rooms on 4th floor are for the use students who need to practice a presentation without disturbing others.
  • Each room is equipped with 1 computer station with a wide screen TV as a monitor.
  • There is a limit of 1 hour per day, with a chance of an hour renewal if no other reservations follow.
  • Seats 2-3 people.
  • Users may not print from these stations.
  • Reservations of these rooms, and access to them, need to be arranged through the Access Services Desk.
  • 1 University ID is required as security for the key for those viewing movies.
  • 2 University IDs are required as security for people using room for group study.
  • If you experience problems with the equipment, please contact the Access Services Desk (346-2540).
3rd Floor Preview Rooms
304, 306, 308
The Preview Rooms on 3rd floor can be used by students or groups for viewing of videos and other audio visual materials.
  • Each room is equipped with:
    • widescreen TV
    • DVD/VHS player
    • ┬ácomputer
    • keyboard
    • mouse
  • Room 304 has a webcam
  • Room 304 has Camtasia Studio
  • Room 308 has a Blu-ray player and a slide projector
  • Seats 2-4 people.
1st Floor Idea Studio
103A
The Idea Studio on 1st floor is for students, faculty, or staff who need to study, practice presentations, or have meetings in without disturbing others.
  • The Idea Studio is equipped with:
    • wide-screen TV
    • projector
    • projector screen
    • computer
    • microphone
  • The Idea Studio can be reserved by faculty, staff, and students.
  • Seats 18 people.
  • Users may not print from this room.
  • Reservations of this room, and access to it, need to be arranged through the Access Services Desk.
  • No University ID required.
  • Any group may use the rooms during hours that they are not reserved.
  • If you experience problems with the equipment, please contact the Access Services Desk (346-2540).
1st Floor Reference Studio
104
The Reference Studio on 1st floor is for students, faculty, or staff who need to study, practice presentations, or have meetings in without disturbing others.
  • The Reference Studio is equipped with
    • a projector;
    • a projector screen;
    • a computer;
    • and a wand.
  • The Reference Studio can be reserved by faculty, staff, and students.
  • Seats around 20 people.
  • Users may not print from this room.
3rd Floor Collaboration Studio
318
The Collaboration Studio on 3rd floor is for students, faculty, or staff who need to study, practice presentations, or have meetings in without disturbing others.
  • The Collaboration Studio is equipped with
    • a projector;
    • screen;
    • computer.
  • There are also 2 small group working areas equipped with a monitor onto which you can connect your personal device.
  • Users may not print from this room.
  • Reservations of this room, and access to it, need to be arranged through the Access Services Desk.
  • No University ID required.
  • Any group may use the room during hours that it is not reserved.
  • If you experience problems with the equipment, please contact the Access Services Desk (346-2540).