Study Room Policy
The study rooms at Lane Community College Library provide currently enrolled LCC students with meeting space for study and discussion with their fellow students. There are 9 study rooms in the library: 4 on the second floor and 5 on the third floor.
- Student study rooms in the Library are to be used for course-related research, study and discussion; presentation, speech preparation, and collaboration.
- Study rooms in the Library are not intended as meeting spaces for school clubs or tutoring. (Both Tutor Central and the Center for Student Engagement each have meeting rooms available.)
- Study rooms are available for use by student parents accompanied by young children. Children may not be left alone in the room for any reason or length of time. Children must remain with a parent at all times, and parents are responsible for their children’s behavior while in the Library.
- No unattended belongings in the study rooms. Unattended items will be removed by Library staff and turned over to the Public Safety Office. The Library is not responsible for lost or stolen items.
- Covered drinks are allowed. No eating is allowed in the Library, including study rooms.
- Students should tidy up the room before leaving (clearing tables and trash, erasing whiteboards, and returning chairs back under the table.)
- Study rooms are not soundproof; please be considerate of others. Groups that disturb other Library users may be asked to vacate group study rooms.
- Library staff on duty are responsible for any issues related to the Library study rooms.
- Each room has room capacity posted outside and inside. Please respect occupancy limits.
- Rooms may be reserved by a group for a maximum of 2 hours per day. If there is no pending reservation, a group is allowed to stay in the room.
- If a group does not claim a reservation within 10 minutes of scheduled reservation, it will be forfeited.
- Students must leave the study room promptly when their reservation ends. If there is no pending reservation, a group is allowed to stay in the room on an informal basis until the next reservation.
- Room reservations may be made up to one week in advance.