Study and Presentation Rooms Policy

General Study Room Policies for the UCF Libraries:

  • The UCF Libraries houses a number of Study Rooms at various library facilities. These rooms help provide workspace for group studies, while also maintaining an atmosphere conducive to quiet study.
  • Study Rooms are available for study and course-related work only and are circulated only to currently enrolled UCF students and current UCF faculty members.
  • Study Rooms are not available for club meetings, parties, fundraising or soliciting, or any other activity that is deemed to create a disturbance to other library patrons.
  • For more information, or to reserve a room, please see the Study Rooms page.

Policies specific to study rooms in the John C. Hitt Library:

  • Rooms can be reserved up to 4 hours a day in consecutive timeslots. You will be required to submit a new booking for every non-consecutive timeslot. Non-consectutive bookings are subject to cancellation at the discretion of library staff.
  • General study rooms are left unlocked, but must be reserved.  If you do not reserve a room, you will be asked to leave if another group makes a reservation.
  • Graduate, Faculty and Presentation study rooms are locked, so you MUST check out the key for the reserved room at the 2nd floor Circulation desk in the John C. Hitt Library.  Use of any study room without properly checking out a room key is not permitted.
  • Rooms with keys must be returned 10 minutes prior to the end of your room reservation.
  • Failure to arrive within your 15 minute reserved time, will be subject to cancellation.
  • To cancel your reservation use the cancellation link in your confirmation email or call the Circulation Desk at 407-823-2580.
  • For more information, or to reserve a room, please see the Study Rooms page.
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