- To maximize access for all students needing quiet group study space, study rooms may be booked for a maximum of 2 hours per day and a maximum of 8 hours per week. Alternatively, a student may choose to make 2 individual bookings per day, however no combination of bookings can exceed a maximum of two consecutive hours. The Library reserves the right to cancel bookings in violation of this policy. Attempts to monopolize study rooms will be considered a breach of the Library Code of Conduct.
- Study rooms can only be booked by current Ryerson University students with a valid Ryerson email account; you may be asked to produce ID for inspection by Library staff or Security.
- Rooms must be booked online.
- Rooms may be booked up to 3 weeks in advance.
- The above rules also apply to the Adaptive (Access Centre) study rooms in 386 D,E & F
Study Room Use
- You must claim your room within the first 15 minutes of the booking, or your room may be taken by other eligible users.
- Study rooms are for group study only. A group consists of three or more people. Rooms cannot be booked for use by an individual.
- Study rooms are for quiet discussion; students using the rooms for purposes other that quiet study will be asked to leave.
- Study rooms should not replace classrooms. Faculty are advised to contact Timetabling at ext. 5354 to reserve classrooms for instruction.
- The Adaptive (Access Centre) Study Rooms on the third floor are 1-3 students. Groups of 4 or more should book another study room or speak to the Accessibility Services Librarian (email@example.com).
The Study Room Booking module collects only the minimum amount of information from users necessary to book a room – this includes name and email address. This information is stored on a secure site, and will not be used for any other purpose.
Please direct any question or concern to firstname.lastname@example.org