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TUC Library Guide

This guide contains information on all aspects of the TUC Library for the TUC community.

How to Reserve Study Rooms


Please review the following guidelines for reserving and using TUC Library study rooms:

Reservations may be made up to one week in advance. Up to 4 hours can be reserved per day. Your TUC email is required to make reservations.

Current RESERVABLE study spaces at the TUC Library include:

  • 8 study rooms


Many students need to use the study spaces. We expect reservations to be made in good faith, using real names and without attempts to contravene the spirit of the four hour per-person booking rules.

Visit our online calendar to reserve a group study room:


  • Library Group Study Room reservations may only be made by students.
  • Library Group Study Room 212 contains an OMM table. This room may be reserved only for OMM or physical diagnosis. When it is not reserved for OMM and physical diagnosis it may be used for regular study.
  • A reservation is considered cancelled if a group does not occupy a study room within 10 minutes of the start of the reservation.
  • Leaving personal belongings in a study room does not save or reserve a room for a group. If a room is left unattended for more than 15 minutes the room will be considered open for use and Library staff will remove any items left in the room. Items collected from study rooms will be available at the Library's circulation desk for pick up. 
  • If a study room is not reserved, it is available on a first come first serve basis. Reservations will need to be made to use any open spots. Please ask library staff for help, if needed.
  • Room 215, the Library Conference Room, is reservable by TUC faculty, staff and students. If it is not reserved, this room is available on a first-come, first-serve basis that day.