Reserving Study Rooms

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Reserving Study Rooms


The Wolak Library Learning Commons has seven Study rooms that may be booked online on the Reserve a Study Room page. These rooms are intended to provide the greatest use for as many students as possible. We ask that you please follow the policies listed below.

Policies

  • Study rooms are intended as a place for collaborative work, but may also be reserved for individual use. Study Rooms accommodate approximately 4-6 people.
  • Study rooms for a maximum of 2 hours per day per individual SNHU student.  You will be asked for your @snhu.edu email address when scheduling.
  • Rooms may be reserved up to three weeks in advance.
  • Study rooms are prioritized for student use. Therefore, SNHU community members cannot reserve these rooms, but may use them if they are unoccupied. Non-SNHU affiliated persons will be asked to leave if a SNHU student, faculty, or staff member wishes to use the space.
  • You choose what to enter in the "Public name for reservation" such as group name or personal name--anyone can see that field. Your personal information will not be publicly available. However, past room reservation information is kept for statistical purposes for up to one year.

PLEASE NOTE: When you book a room, you will be sent an email with a URL asking you to confirm the reservation. If you do not confirm your reservation within 4 hours of placing it, the room will be made available for other users to book. If you do not get the confirmation email, please check your university email quarantine folder or contact the Shapiro Library Information Desk at 603.645.9605 or library@snhu.libanswers.com.

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  • Last Updated Sep 21, 2022
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