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Information Commons at the Daniel J. Kaufman Library & Learning Center: Study Rooms

This LibGuide provides information about the three Information Commons areas found at GGC. It also provides information about additional services including study room reservations, printing/scanning, and the media equipment available for borrowing.

Library Study Rooms FYI

There are seven reservable study rooms located on the first floor of the Kaufman Library.

Each study room has a table, moveable chairs, and a whiteboard (dry erase markers and erasers are not provided).

Study room maximum capacity:

L-1121 and L-1122: 6 people

L-1123 through L-1126: 8 people

L-1128: 16 people

Study room L-1121 has an ADA-compliant Windows PC and scanner.

Study rooms L-1123 through L-1126 have a Windows PC, an in-room camera, and a wall monitor.

Study room L-1128 has a Windows PC and projector.  This room is able to accommodate video conferencing.

Preference of use for L-1128 is given to students. Faculty and staff who need a conference room will be referred to the Library Administrative Office for availability of L-3121. Only if that room is reserved will L-1128 be reserved for faculty or staff events.

Hours of Operation - Kaufman Library

Fall 2017

Building L - Kaufman Library

7:00 a.m.-10:00 p.m.

7:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m.

10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.

1:00 p.m.-5:00 p.m.

Note:  Hours vary during Intersession, Finals Week, Spring Break, Summer Semester, and holiday periods.  Please see the Kaufman Library website for the most up-to-date information.    

Floor Plan--Room Locations

General Information About Study Room Reservations

Study rooms located on the first floor of the Kaufman Library and in the Den (Building A) can be reserved by GGC students, faculty and staff for periods of up to 2 hours.

Reservations must be made in person at any of our Information Commons Help Desks in the Kaufman Library, the Den (Building A), or Building B. Please bring your Claw Card as a means of identification.

A study room must be reserved at least 2 hours ahead of your preferred reservation time.

Room reservations are to be made for a minimum of 2 people.

Recurring reservations are not allowed for these rooms.

When a room is not reserved, usage is on a first come/first served basis.

Study Room Rules

All drinks must be in spill-proof containers.

Only foods that are contained and do not disrupt others are allowed. This includes foods that are overly aromatic.

  • Messy foods are not permitted.
  • Group and/or party foods such as pizza or cake are not permitted in the study rooms.
  • Food may not be delivered to the Kaufman Library or any other Information Commons space..

Users must provide their own supplies, including but not limited to: dry erase markers, erasers, headphones/earbuds, and flash drives. These supplies may be purchased at the Bookstore, located in the Student Center.

Rooms are not soundproof, so please be considerate of other library patrons.

Unattended items left in the Kaufman Library study rooms will be turned in to the Circulation Desk.  If not retrieved by the end of the day, these items will be sent to Lost & Found in Building D.  (Exception:  Valuables, such as cell phones and wallets, will be sent immediately to Lost & Found.)  Items found in the Den (Building A) will be sent directly to Lost & Found.

Study rooms in the Den (Building A) are managed by the Kaufman Library.  They are subject to the same rules as those in the Kaufman Library.

Kaufman Library Study Rooms

The Den Study Rooms FYI

There are two reservable study rooms available in the Den (Building A, Room 1510).

Each study room has a table, moveable chairs, and a whiteboard (dry erase markers and erasers are not provided).

Study room maximum capacity:

A-1511: 6 people

A-1512: 6 people

There are no computers available in these study rooms.

Hours of Operation - The Den (Building A)

Fall 2017

7:45 a.m.-8:00 p.m.

7:45 a.m.-4:00 p.m.

Saturday & Sunday

Note:  Hours vary during Intersession, Spring Break, Summer Semester, and holiday periods.  Please see the Kaufman Library website for the most up-to-date information.

Kaufman Library Info Commons

Building B