Group Study Room Policy
Reserve a Room using this form. Check your email immediately after booking to confirm and hold the reservation!
Ten group study rooms are available at Wiggins Library, on the second floor and in the basement. These rooms are intended for course-related study for groups of two or more students.
Each group study room is equipped with an HD monitor and a dry erase board. Cables, markers, and erasers are available for checkout at the Circulation Desk.
Please adhere to the Food and Drink Policy when using group study rooms, and clean up before you leave.
Wiggins Study Rooms
|2nd Floor||Rm. 222
- Study Rooms include rooms 004, 006, 007, 222, 225, 236, 237, 238, 239, and 242.
- Rooms may be reserved in advance by Campbell University students, faculty, and staff. Otherwise they are available on a first come, first served basis. Reservations will be posted daily outside each study room.
- Study rooms are intended for use by groups of two or more individuals.
- Individuals must yield room to groups of two or more, regardless of reservations.
- Occupants must yield room to groups who have reservations.
- If room is vacant for 30 minutes during your reservation, reservation is forfeit and the room will be available on a first come, first served basis.
- Please monitor your noise level. This is a group study room, but sound will travel through walls.
- DO NOT leave personal belongings unattended. The library is not responsible for lost/stolen items.
- DO NOT block windows and doors; the room must remain visible from the outside.
- For information about the Conference Room (Rm. 224), please read the Conference Room Policy.
Reserving a Group Study Room
- Reservations are accepted from Campbell University students, faculty, and staff only.
- A valid Campbell ID is needed to complete the Online Reservation Form.
- Reservations may also be made at the Research Assistance Desk.
- Advanced reservations by groups of two or more students may be made for one time slot of up to three hours per day for no more than twice per week. Reservations must be confirmed within two hours; check your student email.
- Block scheduling of a study room by a group is not permitted. Library staff may review records of reservations to determine whether groups have been in violation of this policy.
- Reservations are accepted as early as 14 days in advance, but must be made by 12 hours before the room is to be used.
- Study room users without reservations must vacate the room when requested by a group with proof of valid reservation.