Brown-Daniel Library Study Rooms and Rules

Brown-Daniel Library Study Rooms

  • Reservations for study rooms can be made through the library’s calendar (https://tnstate.libcal.com/reserve/studyrooms) for two-hour blocks only.
  • Study rooms are available for booking on a first-come, first-serve basis for groups of two or fewer for a maximum of two bookings per day. 
  • The individual making the reservation must have a current TSU ID card or a valid driver’s license.
  • The Reference Desk staff will unlock the study room for the responsible individual ONLY. Individuals reserving a study room must read and sign the policy prior to occupying the room.
  • The library is not responsible for lost, stolen, or damaged personal items left unattended in rooms. Lost and found items will be taken to the Circulation Desk on the first floor.

STUDY ROOM RULES

  • NO food or drinks are allowed in the study rooms at any time, except sealed bottled water. Individuals violating this policy will be barred from using the library’s study rooms.
  • When reserving a study room, the student(s) agrees to abide by the rules and regulations regarding room usage and TSU Building Use Policy. Food, smoking, or using other tobacco products is prohibited. Individuals violating this policy will be barred from using the library’s study rooms.
  • Keep noise to a minimum so as not to disturb others. Rooms are not soundproof!
  • Furniture may not be moved in or out of a study room.
  • Furniture may not be moved in or out of a study room.
  • Study room windows must remain uncovered. Lights must remain on at all times.
  • Study rooms must be vacated 15 minutes before the library closes with rooms left in good order. The individual booking the room is responsible to the library for the cost of repairing any damage to the room that occurs during the period of use.

In the event of excessive noise and disruptive conduct, users will be asked to leave. The library reserves the right to deny the use of study rooms due to behavioral problems regarding social distancing, excessive noise, eating, disruptive conduct, and excessive litter.






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