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Norwich University Kreitzberg Library

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Study Rooms

Study Room Guidelines

  • The primary purpose of these rooms is to provide a place for students to engage in collaborative and cooperative study in small groups.
  • Study rooms are kept unlocked for anyone needing private study space.
  • Drop-in users are welcome and should reserve the room on the panel by the door so others know the space is taken.
  • Use is limited to 2-hour reservations. Users may book up to 12 hours in advance using the booking panel and up to one week in advance using the online reservation system.

Cooperation and courtesy are appreciated.

  • If you are unable to resolve a dispute over use of a room, you should seek staff assistance at the Library Services Desk.
  • Users of the group study rooms must clean up after themselves, and leave the room in good condition for the next users, including erasing the whiteboard.
  • While the group study rooms are designed for group use, they are not soundproof. Please be considerate of other library users and maintain reasonable noise levels. To prevent noise from leaving the room, the door should be closed when the room is occupied.
  • Any obstruction of windows is prohibited.

Library staff reserves the right to enter any group study room at any time.

Occupants of Group Study Rooms (or any area in the Library) may be asked to leave the area or the Library for inappropriate behavior or for failure to follow these Guidelines, Kreitzberg Library policies, and/or Norwich University policies.

Reserving Study Rooms

A variety of study rooms are available throughout the building. Currently enrolled students can reserve a room up to one week in advance using the online reservation system. Bookings are limited to a two-hour reservation. The online room reservation system is not available to alumni or guests.

Each room has a scheduling device outside the entrance for checking availability and making reservations. Reservations may be made in person using these devices no more than 12 hours in advance.

Mezzanine

M02/Matthews

  • Seats five
  • Digital display with HDMI and VGA hook-ups

Media Viewing Room (M03)

  • Seats four
  • Two flat screen TVs with DVD/Blu-ray players, VCRs and wireless headsets

NM02 & NM03

  • Seat five
  • Digital display with HDMI and VGA hook-ups

2nd Floor

202 & 203

  • Seat four

3rd Floor (Quiet Floor)

302 & 303

  • Seat four

4th Floor

Two AAC Testing/Study Rooms (404 and 405) are available for booking outside of AAC operating hours.

AAC Testing/Study Rooms 404 & 405

  • Seat four