Reservations for HSC Library study rooms are online. Students can make reservations with their smartphones and bypass the circulation desk – please read our policies to get the most out of your study room experience.
- To make a reservation, you must be a current University of Florida student or UF Health Resident/Fellow – make a reservation.
- HSC Library Study rooms are unlocked. Anyone can use the study rooms but priority is given to the users who have made LibCal reservations for the current time.
- The person(s) who made the reservation in LibCal must be present to show their confirmation email to patrons who might already be occupying the space.
- A single person may reserve a room in 30 minute increments up to 4 hours. It is not necessary for the room to be used the entire reservation period.
- A single person who is using a study room but do not have a LibCal reservation must vacate the room when a person with a reservation arrives and shows their confirmation email.
- In the event a person with the LibCal reservation does not have a way to show their confirmation, a circulation staff member will check the reservation system and issue a print out for confirmation.
- Each patron can only have one reservation at a time within a 24-hour period.
- A minimum of one occupant must be present to use a single room and a minimum of two occupants must be present to use a group study room.
- The walls and windows may not be covered or altered by users of the room.
- Rooms must be ready to use when vacated by the assignee. No personal items may be left behind. Furniture, whiteboard, marker, and eraser must stay in the study room. Furniture may not be removed or added to the study room.
- Do not leave any personal material unattended. Remember the doors are not locked. The library is not responsible for any thefts.
In addition to the above, the person who made the reservation is responsible for:
- The condition of the study room and library items belonging in the study room.
- Any loud conversation that can be heard outside of the study room. Please be considerate.