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CLICK HERE TO RESERVE A ROOM
Make sure that you are familiar with the information below before making your room reservation
- Reservations limited to Creighton Law students, faculty, & staff. Law library director approval is needed for other bookings.
- 4 hours of reservations per day are allowed.
- 20 hours of reservations per week are allowed.
- Maximum 4 hours reservation length. Minimum 30 minutes.
- The Law Library reserves the right to cancel reservations if the room is needed by Law School faculty or staff.
How to book a room
- Select the room you want to reserve. Check each room description for room capacity and information about the contents of the study room.
- Select the date of your reservation using the calendar. Reservations may be made up to 14 days in advance.
- Select the time of your reservation by clicking on the available (green) time slots on the scheduling calendar. Rooms should be booked in consecutive time blocks for the full period of time intended to remain in the study room.
- The booking details of your reservation request will appear below the scheduling calendar. Click the blue SUBMIT TIMES button.
- Enter your first name, last name, and Creighton email address (@creighton.edu addresses only). Enter the last names of everyone in your group, the size of your group, and if you are a Law Faculty/Staff/Student.
- Please read the terms and conditions of the study room and click CONTINUE.
- After your reservation has been submitted, you will receive a confirmation email. You have 30 minutes to confirm your reservation, or the reservation will be automatically canceled. Save your confirmation email until after you have used the room. If questions come up concerning your reservation, you can use your confirmation email to verify your reservation.
USING THE ROOM
- All study rooms must be booked in advance using this reservation system.
- Users are responsible for personal property. Don't leave items unattended. The Library is not liable for loss/damage to personal property.
- Report any damage or equipment failures to the Circulation Desk.
- Check each room description for information about the contents of the study room.
STUDY ROOM ETIQUETTE
Keep it down
- Conversations must be held to a reasonable noise level. The study rooms are not soundproof, and loud talking disturbs other users studying in the area.
Keep it clean
- Sanitize rooms before and after using the room. Supplies are located in the rooms or at the sanitizing stations on the upper and lower level of the library.
- Leave rooms in a clean and orderly condition: clean the whiteboard, do not leave garbage behind, and return furniture to its original position.
Keep it civil
- Please be decent to one another and share these rooms in a spirit of cooperation. If a problem arises, do your best to work it out. If you cannot come to an agreement, contact library staff at the Circulation Desk for assistance.