Study room reservations are changing starting Spring Semester 2020. During peak times, Monday – Friday 7:30 am to 2:00 pm, all study rooms are reserved in 30 minute increments for a maximum of 3 hours per day. Reservations can be extended online while in a study room, but this must be in advance of the reservation ending time. Staff at the Information Desk must be notified of the extended reservation.
After 2pm and until close, Monday – Friday, all rooms are open to students with no reservation required on a first come first serve basis, with no time limit.
Visit Study Rooms or stop by the Information Desk for more information.
Looking for a place to study? The Clermont College Library has four group study rooms that can be reserved by students. UC students can use any of these rooms to study in groups or work collaboratively on projects. Reservations are available up to two hours per day using the library’s website. See library staff to learn how to reserve a group study room!
Things to remember:
- The student who made the reservation must bring their Bearcat card with them in order to claim the room and check out the room key.
- You have 15 minutes from the reserved time to claim the room or your reservation will be cancelled.
- All members of the group must be present when you pick up the room key.
View the full Study Room Policy for additional information.
The first floor Student Collaboration Rooms were made possible by Dave and Amy Elberfeld in honor of Amy’s father W.G. “Spud” Elliott for his steadfast commitment to education and community.
Public Services Manager
If you’ve been on the library’s first floor lately, you may notice power tools and construction crews — that’s because student-centered improvements are in the works!
Based on feedback from prior spring student surveys we’re proud to add two premium group study spaces on the library’s first floor this semester. Set to debut in early March 2019, the rooms will feature glass dry erase surfaces, wall-mounted flat screens, and modern finishes galore. We’ll also be adding additional soft seating all over the library’s first floor for meeting with groups or relaxing between classes.
This exciting project, made possible by a generous donor, is yet another example of the power of our supportive community. Thanks to everyone who worked tirelessly in support of this project.
by Heather Maloney
The UCBA Library online study room scheduling system (LibCal) is now back online. For the most part, users will notice user-friendly enhancements such as a responsive web page design that adjusts to devices of all screen sizes. The other significant new feature is the requirement to login Continue reading
by Heather Maloney
The UCBA Library online study room scheduling system (LibCal) will be unavailable beginning Monday, May 4 at 10a. The new version of LibCal will be available on Monday, May 11 at 8a and more details about user enhancements and access will be communicated at that time. In the meantime, reservations can be made by stopping by the Library Information Desk or calling the Information Desk during library open hours.
As a reminder, faculty and staff can book library study rooms during breaks and summer sessions only. During fall and spring semesters only students may book library study rooms.
Enjoy our new Welcome Video, which highlights some of the wonderful services, technology, and study spaces at the College of Engineering and Applied Science (CEAS) Library!
Welcome Video: CEAS Library
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