Answered By: Anna Wigtil Last Updated: Nov 14, 2016 Views: 213
The Learning Commons at Love Library has 15 group study rooms available. There are also 3 reservable study rooms on the 2nd floor of Love North and 3 study rooms on the 2nd floor of Love South. To guarantee that you can use a room, you will need to reserve it.
UNL students can reserve study rooms for up to 2 hours per person per day.
There are two ways to reserve study rooms:
- Make an immediate reservation (up to 1 hour) using the touch-screen tablet by the study room door.
- Reserve rooms online, up to 2 weeks in advance.
Please contact the library staff if you are having trouble reserving a room.
Students using a study room without a reservation will be asked to leave if someone else has made a reservation for that room.
The study rooms are intended for group study. Individual students may be asked to relocate if a group needs a study room.
Attempts to reserve a room for over 2 hours will be shortened to 2 hours by library staff.
If you want a quiet place to study but don't need a group study room, rooms 123, 125, and 127 in the Learning Commons are quiet study rooms with individual desks. These desks are first-come first-serve. The entire southwest quadrant of the Learning Commons is also designated as a quiet study area.