Libraries & Spaces
Reserve a Study Room
As you prepare for final projects and final papers, don’t forget that the Library has group study rooms and individual graduate student carrels available for online reservation.
Group Study Rooms – The Library has seven group study rooms available for use by any Georgetown student, faculty or staff member. All group student rooms have whiteboards and computer monitors to make it easy to brainstorm, share content and edit projects collaboratively. These rooms can be reserved up to three hours per person, per day, and must be reserved at least 24 hours in advance.
Graduate Short-Term Study Rooms – Ten study carrels on the second and fourth floor of Lauinger are available for short-term reservations for grad students. These carrels each have room for one person and are perfect for quiet, intensive studying. They can be reserved for up to six hours per day and must be reserved at least 24 hours in advance.
Multimedia Rooms – Is your final project a video or multimedia presentation? Bring your group together in one of the multimedia rooms in the Gelardin New Media Center, also available via online reservation. Gelardin offers a production studio, six editing rooms and four group stations in the Co-Laboratory. Note that some of these rooms may require training before you’ll be able to use them, so schedule a consultation today!
Third Floor Consultation and Group Study Room (307A) - A group study room designed for consultation sessions with librarians, it can also be reserved for group study the day of. Read more.
And remember—all of the group study rooms and grad student carrels are available to groups on a first-come, first-served basis when not reserved. Make yourself at home!