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Group Study Room Reservations: Home
This guide provides information on study rooms available for reservation at the Van Houten Library.
The Van Houten Library has 14 group study rooms on the 3rd floor that can accommodate up to 1-7 students each. During academic year 2018, the NJIT Student Senate funded the renovation of the rooms with new equipment and furniture. The group study rooms include a "plug-n-play" collaborative technology to project a laptop onto a wall-mounted display monitor. Each group study room is equipped with the following:
One (1) whiteboard
One (1) display monitor (55" or 65")
One (1) collaboration tool (HDMI and VGA cables)
One (1) table and 5-7 chairs
GROUP STUDY ROOM GENERAL GUIDELINES
Group study rooms are intended for NJIT Students working on course-related assignments, attending virtual classes, meetings and interviews
Rooms can be reserved up to 7-days in advance
Individuals are limited to making reservations for up to 4 hours per day
For individuals or up to a group of 7 people per room
Reservations are held for 30 minutes after start time
If an individual/group has not checked in, after 30 minutes the room will be released and available for others
Do not leave personal items (laptops, iPhones, wallets, etc.) unattended, NJIT Library is not responsible for your personal items
No open container of foods may be brought into the study rooms. Small packaged snacks and drinks are permitted.
To access the reserved study room - at your reserved time, you must visit the Circulation Desk to pick up the room key and drop off your NJIT ID-card. Your ID will be returned to you when you return the key to the staff at the Circulation Desk upon vacating the group study room.
A special thanks to the NJIT Student Senate for sponsoring the new equipment and furniture located in the group study rooms.