Q. Can I reserve a study room?

Answer

The rooms listed below are intended to be used by at least 3 people. If you have fewer people, the library offers a variety of other spaces.  Contact the Service Desk if you need assistance.

Rotunda R203 Large Group Study Room

• Features: wall mounted dry erase board (markers and erasers are available for check out at the Service Desk), a conference table and ten chairs
• Comfortably accommodates ten(10) people
• Room R203 is located in the Rotunda, on the east side of the second floor
• Intended for academic and research group work/projects
• Reservations for 1 to 2 hours
• Reserve this room online or through the Service Desk 561-803-2240• Access to the group study room is limited to current PBA students, faculty, and staff with a valid PBA ID (account must be in good standing at the time of use.) .

Technology Enhanced Collaborative Space (TECS)

• Features: large LCD Screen/Monitor, Cables to connect personal computing devices (including Windows or Mac laptops, and iPads)
• Comfortably accommodates four (4) people
• Room 125 - located on the first floor of the main library building
• Intended for academic and research group work/projects requiring technology
• Reservations for 1/2 hour to 2 hours
• Reserve this room online or through the Service Desk 561-803-2240• Access to the TECS room is limited to current PBA students, faculty, and staff with a valid PBA ID (account must be in good standing at the time of use.) .

Group Study Rooms 219, 220, 221, 222

• Each room features: wall mounted dry erase board (markers and erasers are available for check out at the Service Desk), a table and four chairs
• Each comfortably accommodates four (4) people
• These rooms are located in the main building, on the West side of the second floor
• Intended for academic and research group work/projects, with at least 2 people.
• Reservations for 1 to 2 hours
• Reserve these rooms online or through the Service Desk 561-803-2240• Access to these group study rooms is limited to current PBA students, faculty, and staff with a valid PBA ID (account must be in good standing at the time of use.) .

For further information, see the Group Study Room Scheduling Policy.

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  • Last Updated Dec 16, 2016
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  • Answered By Elizabeth Fairall

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