Grainger Room Reservation Information

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Open Group Study Rooms

Rooms 405-415, located on the west end of the Fourth Floor of the library. Each Open Group Study Room includes a table, chairs and a whiteboard.

Room Use Policies

Leaving your room unattended for any period of time will result in your entire reservation being forfeited.

Items left unattended will be removed and will be retrievable at the Circulation Desk with your i-Card.

Do not move furniture in or out of these rooms

Use only dry erase markers on the white boards. You can check out markers at the Circulation Desk with your i-Card.

Formal course instruction is not permitted in these rooms.

If you know you will not be using a reserved room, please make sure to cancel your reservation using the link in your confirmation email.

All patrons have a limit of:


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Conference and Meeting Rooms

Conference Rooms vary in size and can be found on the second and third floors. They are primarily used for formal meetings, workshops and seminars and can only be requested by groups affiliated with the College of Engineering, Technology Services and the University Library.


Commons
capacity 42 people — computer/media equipment/projection screen available
Rm. 229
capacity 12 people
Rm. 329
capacity 20 people — laptop/projection screen available
Rm. 331
capacity 8 people
Rm. 335
capacity 25 people — laptop/projection screen available

Room Use Policies

These rooms cannot be reserved for TA Office Hours.

The Library does not schedule rooms for job placement or career management services. Please contact Engineering Career Services.

No moving of furniture or computer equipment is allowed within, or into, these rooms.

Users are required to pay for any extra services.


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Innovator Design Rooms

Rooms 040A, 040B, 040C and 040D are located in the Lower Level and are part of the Grainger Engineering Library Informatics, Design and Data Visualization Center. These rooms are reserved for groups working on design, innovation and incubator projects. Each room includes tables, chairs, a whiteboard and has seating for 4 but can accommodate up to 8 or more with additional furniture. If you need additional furniture, you should include that in your reservation request..

Room Use Policies

Absolutely NO FOOD is permitted in these rooms.

Priority is given to groups working on design, innovation or incubator projects.

Groups with recurring reservations must submit a list of gruop members. These members must present an i-Card when checking out a room key. A key will only be checked out to individuals on the group list.

Unattended items may be confiscated and retrievable from the Circulation Desk.

If a key is issued for access to these rooms, it must be returned by the due date and time (the end of the room reservation for that day). Failure to return keys by the due date and time will result in library fines.







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CARE Group Study Rooms

Rooms 401-404, located on the west end of the Fourth Floor of the library are available by reservation for College of Engineering students only. Each room includes a table, chairs, a whiteboard, and a 55" television with VGA cables.

Room Use Policies

If a key is issued, it must be returned to the Circulation Desk by the due date

Rooms may only be scheduled to begin 30 mins after the building opens and must end 30 mins before the building closes

Priority is given to TA's scheduling Office Hours and Engineering Class group work

If you have not received a response from our staff after 24 hours (Monday through Friday), resubmit your form

No moving of furniture is allowed within, or into, these rooms

Formal course instruction is not permitted in these rooms

If the room is not used within 30 minutes of the time requested, the reservation will be voided for that day

Groups with standing reservations must submit a list of group members and members must present an ID

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