Answered By: Canon Crawford Last Updated: May 19, 2016 Views: 53
Group Study Rooms are located around the edges of the second, third and fourth floors of Doyle Library, and on the first and second floors of Mahoney Library. These are made available to SRJC students, faculty, and staff for instruction-related purposes. Use the Group Study Rooms if you need to talk with other students so that you don't disturb other patrons. The rooms are not soundproof, so please show courtesy to others, even when you have the doors closed.
Group Study Rooms are available for SRJC students for reservation at both campus libraries. Reservations must be placed more than 12 hours in advance and are intended for group use only. A reservation may not be made for one person. Group Study Rooms on the 3rd floor are available without reservation on a first-come, first-served basis. At Mahoney Library, four group study rooms on the 2nd floor, near the stairs, are available without reservation on a first-come, first-served basis.