Each block is for 30 minutes. To reserve for 60 minutes or more, select multiple blocks.
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DePaul University Libraries
Room Reservations Policy – JTR Meeting Rooms
These include rooms 403 and 404. These rooms include seating for 5-10 people and a whiteboard or chalkboard.
NOTE - Library staff will enter information for all events in the Richardson Library Meeting Rooms and Study Rooms into events.depaul.edu. To avoid duplication, please do not enter information for your event into events.depaul.edu. If you have an event description that you would like posted, please e-mail email@example.com and library staff will add that information for you.
1. Room use is restricted to DePaul-sponsored functions only (i.e. organized by faculty, staff, or organizations approved by the Office of Student Involvement).
2. Student organizations must be listed online at Orgsync to reserve rooms, and only the president of the organization may reserve rooms.
3. DePaul student study groups may not reserve these rooms, but may use any rooms not currently in use or reserved (DePaul student study groups may reserve rooms 202, 203, 204, 306, and 307). Open rooms operate on a first-come, first served basis with groups of three or more having priority over one or two individuals. If a group fails to arrive within 15 minutes of its scheduled starting time, or if fewer than 3 people arrive, the group’s reservation will be cancelled and the room will be open on a first come, first served basis.
4. Rooms may be booked for up to a four-hour time period, and groups may reserve one room per day.
5. Rooms may not be scheduled for recurring classes.
6. All room reservations must be made at least two business days in advance. If a room is unreserved, it may be used by a DePaul group (not an individual) on a first come, first served basis.
7. Noise disruption--Respect for those studying and conducting research in the library should be observed at all times. To minimize noise disruption, the meeting room doors should not be propped open, and the sound volume for media kept at an intermediate level. It is expected that groups entering and leaving the library meeting spaces interact with low voice levels.
8. Personal belongings--The Library is not responsible for any items left unattended. All individuals are urged to keep laptops, purses, book bags and other valuables in their direct supervision at all times.
Questions about Library room reservations may be directed by e-mail to LibCalendar@depaul.edu, or by phone to 773-325-7862.
Rev. Jan. 2014