All rooms are equipped with a TV, VCR and DVD player.
Study room 205E has a smart board as well.
Click on this link for the group study room reservation calendar
To make a reservation, go to the group study room calendar and find an open space at the time you wish to use the room. Click on that space.
Fill out the required information in the popup form. Click Create Reservation when finished.
Non-HACC users are not allowed to use the study rooms
Priority given to groups or individuals for course related studying or activity
Open usage -No sign up required
May be reserved for the current day, two hours from time of request. See a staff member for assistance.
Items left unattended in room will be taken to Lost and Found at Security
Rooms are not sound proof - use of headphones, and low volume in conversation is required.
Common Reasons for Reservation Cancelation:
Click Lancaster Library Study Room Online Reservation Calendar to access the calendar.
Lancaster Library Study Room Map
Reserving a Study Room Instructions
No more than 3 non-consecutive reservations per day or the reservation will be either modified or deleted by library staff without prior notice.
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Study Room Availability (York only has two study rooms)
Study rooms are available on a first come, first serve basis with no time limit. Students have first priority of the study rooms over non-HACC student users.
Study rooms are shared quiet spaces and seat up to 6 people for individual quiet study. Small groups can also use the study rooms for group study or group work.
A television in each study room allows students to view DVDs or VHS tapes. If there are other students in the room at the same time, headsets are available for checkout.
Personal Items Left Unattended in Study Rooms
Items and materials found unattended for a period of 15 minutes that are not library property will be taken to Public Safety. Library items will be returned to the circulation desk. Habitual offenders may lose the privilege of using the study rooms at the library director’s discretion.
Study rooms may also be used by HACC students for meetings with tutors, counselors or public appointments.
Non-HACC users are not allowed to use the study rooms as meeting places or offices.
Drinks and snacks are permitted (within reason).