Current Limestone Students
Study rooms are, first and foremost, for student use on a first come, first serve basis. As study rooms are inside of the Library, users are expected to respect other users and keep the noise levels low, as the rooms are not sound proofed. Furniture should NOT be moved into or out of study rooms. Larger groups are encouraged to use the larger study rooms (7 and 9-11), but should check the schedule posted by the door to make sure they are not disrupting a class that is/will be using that space. If a club wishes to use the space, please see a Library staff member to make a reservation.
Faculty and Staff are more than welcome to use the study rooms during the summer terms, when in-person classes are not in session, however, reservations should be made so that all requests can be accommodated.
During the Fall and Spring semesters, study rooms are, first and foremost, for student use on a first come, first serve basis. Faculty and Staff members should contact Library staff to make a reservation of a study room if one is needed, however, Library staff can deny any request if they feel that demand is too high.
The mission of the Limestone University Library is to serve as the primary intellectual resource of the university by supporting the university's curriculum and providing resource material. Public Patrons and Alum are welcome to use study rooms during the summer, when in-person classes are not in session, if their Courtesy Card is in good standing and they present their valid ID for the staff to hold while they use the facilities. While public users are welcome to use the facilities, the college community has priority over public patrons, so a reservation must be made with a Library staff member. The number of reservations per-user will be limited per-summer.
During the Fall and Spring semesters, study rooms are, first and foremost, for student use on a first come, first serve basis. Public Patrons and Alumni are welcome to use other parts of the facility or are encouraged to contact Joyce Phillips (email@example.com), to make a reservation outside of the Library, if they need a meeting room.