Answered By: Jessica Pasquale Last Updated: Mar 20, 2016 Views: 214
ROOMS MAY ONLY BE RESERVED AND USED BY LAW STUDENTS
Three Law Library group study rooms in the underground addition, eleven Reading Room group study rooms, and one group study room in the Lower Level of the Commons are available for reservation. The Law Library group study rooms are on Sub-2 in rooms S-215, S-217, and S-221. The Reading Room study rooms are 300A, 300B, 300C, 300D, 300E, 300F, 300G, 300H, 300J, 300K, and 300L off the main area. These study rooms have the same restrictions as the Reading Room (no food, drinks only). The group study room in the Lower Level of the Commons is Hutchins B60B. Tables cannot be moved.
Each of the group study rooms features seating and tables, as well as wireless access. The Reading Room group study rooms also have television monitors. The Library group study rooms also have whiteboards.
View and make group study room reservations in the Group Study Room Online Reservations system.
Some things to know:
- Rooms may only be reserved and used by law students
- Group study rooms are for groups of two or more. They are not meant to be used as personal, individual study spaces.
- You must use your umich.edu email address to make a reservation
- Individuals can reserve a maximum of two hours (two 60-minute time slots) in any given day; the two 60-minute time slots MUST be consecutive
- Reservations will be confirmed by email
- Please be courteous and respect others' reservations
- Reservations are necessary to assure room availability; those using an unreserved room must forfeit it to someone who reserves it for the same time period
- Group Study Rooms located in the Reading Room can only be opened with your MCard; Reading Room desk staff are not able to open these rooms for you
- You MUST leave the group study room when your reservation ends
- Do NOT leave personal belongings in group study rooms