Study Rooms are Available to MUN Students Only
Individual and group study rooms may be booked online or in person at the Ask Us desk. They can be booked up to three days in advance. To book a study room online you will need to log in using your MUN login and provide your name and @mun.ca email address. You will be sent an email confirmation with the details of your booking, if you did not receive an email confirmation, your booking may not have gone through. We encourage you to be mindful of others and cancel your booking if you no longer need the room. You can cancel you booking by following the instructions in the confirmation email or in person.
Individual study rooms are located on the 4th and 5th floors. Group rooms are located on the 2nd, 3rd, 4th, and 5th floors.
Study room use is available three hours per day per student/group. Study rooms may be booked in half hour increments up to the three hour daily maximum. The daily maximum may be extended if there are three or more rooms available at the time a booking is requested. Bookings made in these circumstances must be made in person at Ask Us desk.
A minimum of two MUN students must occupy a group study room at all times. Group study rooms will be monitored to ensure that a minimum of two partons are using the room at all times. Students found using group study rooms alone (i.e. without a group) may be barred from future use of study rooms. You must arrive within 10 minutes of your booking or your reservation may be cancelled. Rooms may be used for tutoring of university students only.
Group rooms will be monitored to ensure that a group adheres to the three hour daily maximum. Students found in breach of this policy may also be barred from future use of study rooms.
Personal belongings are the student's responsibility.
Eating and drinking: see Library Food Policy.
The university confidentiality policy prevents staff from informing students of the identity of students who have signed out rooms.
Noise in study rooms must be kept to a level which does not disturb patrons in adjacent areas. If a problem occurs, the student(s) will be asked to leave.