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
Contact Circulation Services at:
Phone: (801) 626-6545