Study Spaces

Reserve a Study Space

The library has a variety of reservable spaces, including: 20 group study rooms, 5 booths, and 12 individual study carrels (see the Clark Library map). In addition, see a list of Best Places to Study on Campus.

Library Seats and Study Rooms Use Information

  • Library seats and study rooms can only be reserved by students, staff, or faculty
  • Library seats and study rooms may be reserved as much as two weeks in advance.
  • Reservations are limited to a maximum of 4 hours a day per person.

Library Seats and Study Rooms Use Policies

  • Booths and study rooms are intended for group use (more than one person) by UP students, faculty, and staff.
  • Individuals may use an unoccupied study room or booth, but may need to vacate the room for a group with a reservation or a group in need of a group space.
  • Persons who are more than 15 minutes late to occupy a reserved space will automatically lose their reservation. If the person(s) had the space reserved for 4 hours, they would lose the first hour of their reservation.
  • Furniture may not be moved from its designated location.
  • Patrons must be courteous toward others and keep noise levels low.