- Current students, faculty, and staff may reserve study rooms.
- A group of 2 or more is required for a study room reservation.
- Each block is for 30 minutes. To reserve for 60 minutes or more, select up to 4 blocks (2 hours) per day.
- The individual who made the reservation and at least one other current DePaul University student/faculty/staff member must check in at the front desk and present a current DePaul University ID within 15 minutes of the reservation time.
DePaul University Libraries
Room Reservations Policy – Loop Library Study Rooms
These include rooms 10011, 10014, 10016, 10023, 10029. Rooms 10011, 10014, 10016, and 10029 have seating for 5-10 people and a whiteboard or chalkboard; room 10023 has seating for 4-7 people and a whiteboard.
1 Room use is restricted to DePaul University faculty, members, and currently enrolled students.
2. A group or 2 or more is required for a study room reservation.
3. The individual who made the reservation and at least one other current DePaul University student/faculty/staff member must check in at front desk and present a current DePaul ID within 15 minutes of the reservation time. If a group fails to arrive within 15 minutes of its scheduled starting time the group’s reservation will be cancelled.
4. Rooms may be booked for up to a two-hour time period, and groups may reserve one room per day.
5. Rooms may not be scheduled for recurring classes.
6. Noise Disruption: 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.
7. 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 Loop Library room reservations may be directed by e-mail to LibCalendar@depaul.edu, or by phone to Evan Finneke,312-362-5834.