Study Rooms

John C. Hitt Library

Study and Presentation Rooms Policy

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General study room

Rooms are available for currently enrolled UCF Undergraduate students, Graduate students, and Faculty. Study rooms can be reserved for a maximum of four hours per person per day. Rooms are not locked but if you do not reserve the room, you will be asked to leave if another patron makes a reservation. May be reserved seven days in advance.

Rosen Library

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Study Room Features

The Rosen Library offers three group study rooms. Each is equipped with a table and five chairs, a large display, computer, and Blu-Ray player.

Availability and Eligibility

  • Rooms are available for currently enrolled UCF students. A valid UCF ID card or government issued ID is required for checkout at the Rosen Library front desk.
  • Individuals may book a maximum of 2 hours per day. Groups are permitted a maximum of 4 hours per day.
  • Library staff may extend, alter, or cancel a reservation at their discretion. If you would like to request an extension, please see library staff.
  • Reservations made in excess of daily limits will be cancelled by staff.

Room Usage

  • Please arrive promptly for your reservation. There is a 15 minute grace period before no-show reservations are cancelled. Please contact the library if you expect to be late.
  • Please vacate the room and return the key 5 minutes prior to the end of your time in order to be courteous to others who have booked the room. Study room keys must be returned 15 minutes before closing time.
  • Overdue fines for study room keys are $1.00 per hour. The fines will continue to accrue until the item is returned.
  • Please do not disconnect or reconfigure any devices in the room. Please see staff for technology troubleshooting.
  • All Library policies (e.g., no hot meals, beverages in sealed containers, cell phones set on vibrate, etc.) apply to study rooms as well. Rooms are not soundproof, so please keep noise levels to a minimum.
  • See also: Study and Presentation Rooms Policy for UCF Libraries

Downtown Campus Library

There are four glass study rooms on the 2nd floor, East side of the DPAC building near the Tech Lending desk. These are available on a first-come, first-served basis unless reserved for use by the Library.

There are many other reservable group study rooms and meeting rooms located on the Downtown Campus. Current students, faculty and staff can reserve group study rooms for same-day scheduling using a touch panel outside of each room. Meeting rooms may also be reserved by current students, faculty and staff by sending a calendar appointment through Microsoft Outlook. For more information, see the Space Reservation Process and Guidelines.

Curriculum Materials Center

The CMC Library has two group study rooms that are available on a first come first serve basis. They are not reservable online.

Study Room Features

Each room is equipped with a table and four chairs, a large display, and computer.

Availability and Eligibility

  • Rooms are available for currently enrolled UCF students. A valid UCF ID card or government issued ID is required for checkout at the CMC circulation desk.
  • Individuals may book a maximum of four hours per day. Groups are permitted a maximum of four hours per day.
  • Library staff may extend, alter, or cancel a reservation at their discretion. 

Room Usage

  • Please vacate the room and return to the CMC circulation desk 5 minutes prior to the end of your time to obtain your ID.
  • Study rooms must be vacated 10 minutes before closing time.
  • Overdue fines for study rooms are $1.00 per hour. The fines will continue to accrue until the item is returned.
  • Please do not disconnect or reconfigure any devices in the room. Please see staff for technology troubleshooting.
  • All Library policies (e.g., no hot meals, beverages in sealed containers, cell phones set on vibrate, etc.) apply to study rooms as well. Rooms are not soundproof, so please keep noise levels to a minimum.
  • See also: Study and Presentation Rooms Policy for UCF Libraries

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