Study Rooms

 

Policy

The law library maintains group study rooms for the exclusive use of UNH law students, law faculty, and law staff. The law library has six rooms for group work on the first floor.  These study rooms are available for group or individual studying or viewing of videos.  Most study rooms are equipped with a VCR/DVD player and monitor; most have an available white board.  People may check out the key for three hours a day, not renewable. Rooms are open for use on a first come first serve basis. There is a time limit of three hours per day per individual or group.

The Library Desk Assistant is responsible for checking out study room keys for all students who wish to use study rooms . 

Study rooms are not soundproof.  Please keep conversations quiet.

During the exam period, and for other special group events, study rooms must be reserved by using the three-ring bound reservation book at the library desk. Rooms will not be checked out to individuals during the exam period.

As a courtesy to our recent law graduates, the law library furnishes access to group study rooms during bar exam preparation.

The Registrar's Office may reserve study rooms during midterms and/or finals.  These reservations have precedent over all other reservations and "trumps" all other reservations and should be held for the entire time of the reservation.  Study rooms may be checked out by the Registrar's Office during midterms or finals.  

 

Reservations

Shortly before the exam period, a three ring calendar notebook will be placed at the library desk for study room reservations.

ONLY groups of two or more students can reserve a study room during exams.  Names of all students using the room should be written in the reservation book.

Study rooms are for everyone to share.  Students are allowed only three hours per person per day in a study room.  Plan your group work wisely!

Students must pick up the key to the room within fifteen minutes of the reservation, or the room may be given to another group.

The  Registrar's Office may reserve study rooms during midterms and/or finals.  These reservations have precedent over all other reservations and "trump" all other reservations and should be held for the entire time of the reservation.