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Policies for study room use

Study Spaces

study room with table and wall computer monitor

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Study and Viewing Rooms

Reserve a Room

Study and viewing rooms available for one or a group.

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Reservations

Coe Library and the Library Annex offer individual and group study spaces for UW faculty, staff and students. Study rooms are available in a variety of sizes that accommodate 1 to 10 persons. All study rooms include a table, chair(s), and white board. Additional equipment in select rooms includes:

  • Computer, large screen monitor, webcam, microphone, and videoconferencing software. (2 rooms at Library Annex, 16 rooms at Coe Library)
  • Computer, large screen monitor, and DVD/VHS player (2 rooms at Coe Library)
  • One Button Studio (1 room at Coe Library)

Reservation may be made up to one week in advance. To reserve a study or viewing room, use the Reserve a Room Service or contact or by contacting the Libraries:

  • Coe Library (307) 766-3190
  • Library Annex (307) 766-5165

Photo ID must be presented at the appropriate Help Desk to make a reservation and to access rooms.

Room Policies
  • Study Rooms may be reserved for a maximum of 4 hours per reservation and up to one week in advance.
  • User/Groups may make one advanced reservation per day and additional "first come, first served" reservations as needed.
  • Users must check out a room key at the Help Desk in order to access a room.
  • Library staff may cancel reservations for users who do not arrive on time in order to make rooms available to others.
  • Renewals may be requested by phone or at the Help Desk within the last 5 minutes of a reservation.
  • Coe Library study room keys must be returned to the Help Desk immediately at or prior to the end of a reservation so the next user is not kept waiting.
  • Library staff may cancel reservations for users determined to be unfairly monopolizing rooms.

*Abuse of study room and viewing room policies may result in the loss of room privileges.


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