You can now reserve group study rooms on Levels 3 and 4! Make sure you receive an email confirming your reservation date and time.
Rooms may be reserved up to 1 week in advance for no more than 3 hours per day, 6 hours per week.
After reserving a room:
Reservation is forfeited if:
2nd level group study rooms are available on a first-come, first-served basis – no reservations necessary.
3rd and 4th level group study rooms must be reserved online.
The small Individual Study Rooms on the 3rd and 4th floors of the library are available to currently registered CSUB Graduate students, Senior level students, and Faculty. Persons requesting a room must demonstrate a need to have access to Library materials to support a research project. Student applicants must obtain faculty sponsorship. All applicants must submit a brief written description of their project including the expected date of completion. Individual Study Room requests can be made. To use group study rooms on a short term basis, by the hour, please use our online reservation system.
Click here for more information on individual study rooms (for long term use). Please direct any questions to Library Administration at email@example.com or 654-3042.
Group study rooms may not be used as classrooms or faculty offices. No one individual may hold a large group study room while waiting for their group to arrive. While individuals may not hold a room while waiting for their group, individuals may use a small group study until a group is waiting to use it, at that point, groups have priority.
All group study rooms on level 3 and 4 must be reserved online.
The small study rooms on level 3 are to be used by no more than 3 students at a time. The larger study rooms on the 3rd and 4th floor hold 6 people. Please refer to signage in each room for maximum occupancy.
• Masks are recommended for study room use.
• Smoking and inappropriate behavior are not permitted and will result in loss of use of room. Lights must always remain on.
• These rooms are for Library-related use only. Rooms may not be used for student organization meetings, faculty meetings, or as regular classrooms.
• Rooms left unattended will be forfeited and given to the next available group. Personal belongings may be removed by library staff but are not the responsibility of the library. It is never advised to leave your belongings unattended in any location of the library.
The Research Corner
What is it?
The research corner is a conference room located on the first floor of the library in Room WSL 107.
The Research Corner is currently closed for repairs.
Need a place to study after the library is closed? Use the 24 hour study room!
The 24 hour study room is open during regular sessions (closed for breaks and holidays) and is a quiet study zone. If the library is closed, you can enter the 24 hour study room via the lower level west entrance.