Room Reservations  

How to Reserve Rooms


Small group rooms (101-104, 106-109, 111-114) | Room Locations

Room 240 or Room 340

    • YOU CANNOT USE the online reservation system to reserve these rooms.
    • Call 262-9635 or visit the Information Desk when the library is open.
    • See the floor plans for locations on second and third floors.

Rooms at other campus libraries

Reservation policies

 

Rooms 101-104, 106-109, 111-114, 240, 340

  • Reservations are limited to 4 hours total per person, per room, per seven day period.
  • A reservation can be made up to 14 days in advance.
  • A group that is more than 15 minutes late forfeits the reservation.
  • Rooms are intended primarily for group use. Individuals can reserve a study room when they need a more private space to practice a presentation or participate in an online discussion.
  • Although the rooms are a more private space, they are not sound proof. Please keep the noise down so as not to disturb others.
  • Food and/or drink are allowed provided that the food or drink are not messy. Clean up the room before you leave so that it is ready for the next group.
  • Rooms are only available during hours the library is open.
  • If you would like to make a reservation that repeats throughout a semester, please submit that request online or contact the library directly.
  • Groups not associated with the University should contact the library for information on getting access to these rooms.

Additional policies for Room 240 and 340

  • Library-related programs and meetings have priority use of the rooms.
  • The rooms are not available as substitutes for assigned classroom space.
  • Requests for any extended use of these rooms, such as a full day event, will be considered on a case-by-case basis by the library director.

Small group rooms - 1st floor

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To reserve or check availability of one of these rooms, click on the room number.

Rooms with computers | Locations

Rooms 101-104, 106-109

  • 40" LCD monitor and computer
  • Networked printing available
  • White boards (markers may be checked out at the Circ desk)
  • Can accommodate six to eight people

Rooms with whiteboards | Locations

Rooms 101-104, 106-109, 111-114

  • Whiteboard (markers may be checked out at the Circ desk)
  • Can accommodate six to eight people

Room 240 | Location

Room 240 Room 240

Room 240 can seat approximately 20 persons around a conference table. Requests for computer and projection cannot be accommodated in this room.

To reserve:

  • YOU CANNOT USE the online reservation system to reserve this room.
  • Call 262-9635 or visit the Information Desk when the library is open.

 

Room 340 | Location

Room 340 Room 340

Room 340 can seat up to 35 comfortably. Chairs (with optional desk surface) and tables may be arranged to suit needs.

Equipment :

  • Dual-boot Windows/Mac computer with Internet and Microsoft Office 2010 - requires UW-Madison NetID.
  • Computer speakers
  • Ceiling-mounted projection system
  • Chalkboard
  • Free-standing whiteboard

To reserve:

  • YOU CANNOT USE the online reservation system to reserve this room.
  • Call 262-9635 or visit the Information Desk when the library is open.

Rooms at other libraries

Use the online reservation system at http://studyrooms.library.wisc.edu to get room information, check availability, and reserve rooms at other libraries.