Stewart Library Study Spaces

Public health guidelines require libraries to reduce the occupancy in our spaces through physical distancing. To achieve this, we have taken measures to remove some seating and equipment. Making a reservation will help us keep students, faculty, and staff safe because we can monitor building occupancy and support equitable access to a reduced amount of study space and computers.

Making a reservation will allow you to book a seat before you come to the library, or you can reserve a seat when you arrive, depending on availability.


  • One-hour minimum reservation. You can book up to 2 hours in a single reservation.
  • Three (3) reservations maximum per day (6 hours total).
  • The three reservation maximum applies to all Stewart Library study spaces. You can make three reservations in the Study Space or the Computer Space, or one reservation in each space.
  • Reserve up to two weeks in advance.
  • Study spaces are for single occupancy only and not for group study. 
  • Study rooms are only available for Proctorio testing by request at the Circulation Desk.
  • Cleaning materials will be provided. You are responsible for cleaning your space upon arrival and exit. 
  • Face coverings must be worn at all times in the Stewart Library, per state and university policy.
  • No food is allowed in the study spaces because of the face covering requirement. Water bottles are allowed.
  • You will need to check into the space upon arrival, via a link in your appointment email or by scanning a QR code on the study space. This will facilitate contact tracing.

Make a Reservation

Reserve a study space without a computer 

Reserve a study space with a computer


Contact Circulation Services at:

Phone: (801) 626-6545