*** Study Rooms cannot be used for Take Home Exams ***
Sign up for study rooms starts Monday, 4/14/14 for use of rooms beginning Saturday, 4/19/14 and throughout the exam period.
(A minimum of 3 students is required to reserve a study room)
To reserve a study room, please visit http://bit.ly/S14StudyRoomReservations (or use the link sent to all students via email), then complete the following steps:
BOOKING ROOMS UNDER ANOTHER STUDENT'S NAME IS PROHIBITED AND IS A VIOLATION OF THE STUDENT CONDUCT CODE. ANY STUDENT TAKING SUCH ACTION WILL BE SUBJECT TO DISCIPLINE.
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.
Study rooms that can be reserved as articulated herein are limited to the Library Rooms on the 4th, 5th, and 6th floors and 198 McAllister Seminar Rooms 201, 205, and 219.
Rooms 304, 312, 314, 307A, 307B, 307C, and all Gold Reading Rooms will be open on a first come, first served basis beginning at 7pm each day and all day on Sundays. (If these rooms become free before 7pm, signs will be posted in the 198 elevators and on the seminar room doors.)
To see which large classrooms are available to study in today, please check the Ad Astra Daily Calendar.
*** All rules are subject to change by the CEC Office at any time. Current rules will be posted outside the CEC Office and online. ***
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