Study Room Reservations
Study rooms in the Himmelfarb Library must be reserved prior to use. Please note, while this is a change from our normal first-come, first-served policy, nearly all study rooms are available for reservation and reservations are required for use. Due to social distancing, most of the rooms can accommodate one person and a limited number of rooms can accommodate two or four people:
- 1 person maximum occupancy: most rooms
- 2 person maximum occupancy: Himmelfarb B100B, B100A, 203G, 204H, 203C, 204C, 304I, 304C, and 305H only
- 4 person maximum occupancy: Himmelfarb 303 only
NOTE: Classroom Services still handles reservations for the following library classrooms: 202, B102, B103, and B100C.
The following guidelines apply to study rooms:
- Only GW students affiliated with the School of Medicine and Health Sciences, Milken Institute School of Public Health, and School of Nursing may use or reserve these rooms.
- To use a study room, you must first reserve it online.
- Students may sign up for a room on an occasional basis, up to seven days in advance.
- Most study rooms can be occupied by 1 person only.
Exceptions are as follows:
- 2 people: Himmelfarb B100B, B100A, 203G, 204H, 203C, 204C, 304I, 304C, and 305H.
- 4 people: Himmelfarb 303
- You may reserve rooms for a maximum of 4 hours at a time.
- If you leave the room unattended for more than 15 minutes, you may forfeit the use of that room. You are expected to use the room during the time reserved.
- Do NOT leave your belongings unattended. They should not be used to "hold" a room, and may be stolen.
- Be considerate of others: limit noise, limit food and drink, and clean up prior to leaving.
- Please be courteous in asking others to vacate your room during your reserved time. Bring any questions to the 1st floor Circulation Desk.
- Himmelfarb Library reserves the right to modify the schedule at any time.
- Questions should be addressed to the Circulation Desk.