Student Study Room Use
The University of Saint Francis and its library staff recognizes the need for student collaboration and quiet study. Student study rooms are intended to help meet the study needs of student library users. They are ideal for small student groups who are working on projects, studying or conducting meetings which require collaboration. For all of these reasons, the library has dedicated four rooms in the Lee and Jim Vann Library specifically for student study needs.
On the first floor of the library, rooms 101M, 101L will accommodate up to 4 students while room 101K will hold 8 students comfortably. To accommodate larger groups, rooms 101L and 101K can be used together to hold up to 12 students. Room 101N is intended for quiet individual study. This room will accommodate up to 4 individual students and is available on a first come first serve basis, no reservations accepted. Please read the Student Study Room Use Policy before making a reservation.
You may make a reservation:
- In person at the second floor circulation desk
- Via the phone (260-399-8060)
- Using the form below
Group Study Room Reservation
How to reserve a group study room online
View the tutorial below for help with reserving your study room online.