Media Viewing Room Policy
Guidelines for Library viewing room use are as follows:
- Groups have priority over individuals. Individuals must defer to groups.
- Groups and individuals with media viewing needs have priority over groups and individuals
who do not need to view media. Groups and individuals without media viewing needs
should schedule one of our other study rooms.
- Groups larger than three (3) are encouraged to reserve large group study rooms on
the third and fifth floors.
- Noise levels must be kept to a minimum to avoid interrupting the study environment.
Groups will be asked to lower sound levels if the noise is loud.
- Doors to the media viewing rooms must remain closed when in use.
- Food and drink are allowed, but food and any trash must be disposed of properly.
- Rooms may be scheduled for two (2) hour blocks per person for a total four (4) hours
per 24 hour period using our online scheduling software.
- The Library is not responsible for unattended items left in these rooms.
- In the event that a study room is not claimed by the reservation holder within 15
minutes of the beginning of their reservation, the room will become available on a
first come, first served basis to any group.
Equipment available in the media viewing rooms includes the following:
- Hi-definition widescreen television
- Surround sound
- Blu-Ray, DVD, and VHS player