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Library Policies: Study Spaces

This guide outlines policies regarding library use and library materials.

Study spaces

Study Rooms

Ten study rooms - located on the lower levels, and are administered by the Law Library.

No reservations are required, and reservations are not permitted.

While Law students have priority access during exam periods, the study rooms are available to all students.

Use is restricted to GGU students only.

Two-hour time limit. This may be renewed for another two hours, if no one is waiting.

A "group" consists of two or more persons.


Collaborative Stations - with computers and large monitors

There are three Collaboration Stations. 

Each station includes a table that seats 7-8 people, convenient outlets, a computer, and a 40" monitor.

Priority to the stations is given to those working in groups, but when not in use by groups are available for individual study.

The collaboration stations are located on the main entry level of the Business Library. No reservation is required.


Computer Lab Use

In addition to computers throughout the library, there is a computer lab on the lower level of the library. Use of the computer lab is for all GGU students (Business and Law). No food or drink is permitted in the computer lab.