Study carrels are available on a first-come first-serve basis only. In the event that all study carrels are spoken for, students can request to be placed on the waiting list and given the next available carrel. Study Carrels may not be “transferred” from one student to another without the expressed approval of Anne Tews and/or the Access Services Librarian, Steve Liska. If you would like a carrel or to get on the waiting list, please contact Anne Tews at email@example.com
Study carrels are assigned for one semester; however, they may be extended or renewed at the request of the student. If you would like to renew your carrel, you must respond to the renewal email that will be sent out towards the end of the semester. If you do not respond to this email promptly, you will lose your carrel.
The Library is not responsible for the theft items from your assigned carrel, including library materials. Please do not leave valuables unattended in your study carrel (purses, cell phones, wallets, etc.)
Non-circulating materials (law review journals, reference books, reporters, etc.) should not be left in carrels, but should be returned to a shelving cart after use. Any non-circulating items found in study carrels will be removed and shelved by the library staff.
Please do not tamper with carrels by attaching lamps or other fixtures i.e.: photos frames, hooks, etc., using adhesives to the carrel. Those items are difficult to remove and often damage the furniture.
Light snacks (e.g. nuts, crackers, protein bars, etc.) are allowed in study carrels if they are kept in tightly sealed containers. No perishable food should be left in containers that are opened and unattended- including beverages. Please also refrain from leaving soiled dishes in your study carrel. Dishes left unattended in a study carrel for more than 24 hours will likely be discarded.