Study Carrels & Rooms
Individual and Group Study Rooms
Individual and group study rooms are available on the Library second floor for short-term use (2-4 hours). To reserve these rooms, please contact the Circulation Desk at 757.352.4150.
Reserved Study Carrels
Some individual study carrels on the Library's second floor may be reserved for one semester by current students in good standing with the Library. Law students should consult with Law Library staff if desiring a study carrel in the Law Library. A maximum of six (6) carrels per semester will be allocated for current law students in the University Library on a space available basis.
To reserve a study carrel, please submit this Study Carrel Request form (PDF) to the Circulation Desk. Please note the following policies:
- Regent University Library is not responsible for any personal items left in individual carrels.
- Reference books and library-owned periodicals should be used on the Library's first floor, and not brought to the study carrels.
- All library books kept in study carrels must first be checked out and flagged with yellow slips at the Circulation Desk. You may check out up to 25 books to your carrel. Library books found without yellow slips in study carrels will be returned to the shelves.
Reserved Study Rooms
Current students working on a dissertation, theses, or other culminating project, and in good standing with the library, may reserve an individual study room. These study rooms will be assigned on a first-come, first-served basis. If you have had a room before you may apply again; however, your request will be processed after the semester has begun provided there is availability. Law Students are encouraged to reserve study rooms in the Law Library.
To reserve a study room, please submit this Study Room Request form (PDF) to the Circulation Desk. Please note the following policies:
- All library books kept in study rooms must first be checked out and flagged with yellow slips at the Circulation Desk. Library books found without yellow slips in study rooms will be returned to the shelves.
- Reference books and library-owned periodicals should be used on the Library's first floor, and not brought to the study rooms.
- Regent Library is not responsible for any personal items left in the room.
- Personal items should not be posted on the walls or doors.
- Study rooms are opened periodically for cleaning and inspection.
- There will be a $5 replacement fee charged and a Hold place on the student account if the room key is not returned by a week following the last day of classes for the reserved semester.
- Study room privileges may be revoked at the discretion of the Circulation Supervisor.