Library Study Room Reservations Now Required at Atlanta Campus

Welcome back, everyone! Starting Monday, January 11, reservations will be required to use the 40+ individual study rooms available in the University Library at the Atlanta campus. 

Please use the Reserve A Space feature on the library website to reserve an individual study room.  Study rooms are for one person at a time and are available for 2-hour blocks, with a 30-minute resting or buffer period between reservations.  For example, see:

"Reserve A Space" screen shot from library website.

The library recently hired Student Library Ambassadors to assist with this process. At the time of your reservation, please wait at the indicated spot outside of the reserved room for a Library Ambassador to greet you, confirm your reservation, and check you in.

What here for check in sign posted at study rooms

Library Ambassadors and staff are here to help if you have questions. When interacting with library employees, please adhere to social distancing guidelines by staying 6 feet apart and wearing a mask covering your nose and mouth. We expect all library users to follow COVID-19 library protocols, including no eating in any library area, including study rooms.

Have a safe and successful semester, Panthers!


About Bryan Sinclair

As Associate Dean, Public Services, I provide leadership for the library’s on-site and virtual research support, research data services, instruction, access services, and technology support.
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