Gill Library, New
Rochelle Campus - Group Study Room
Six Group Study Rooms (three on the
first floor and three on the second
floor) in Gill Library provide space for
small groups to use for serious academic
is meant to ensure that these Rooms
provide a clean and comfortable
environment and are available on an
equitable basis. Groups of individuals
affiliated with CNR have priority of use
of the Group Study Rooms.
1. Each Group Study Room occupant agrees
to comply with the Gill Group Study Room
Policy. Not complying may result in
revocation of the privilege to use a
Group Study Room.
2. Rooms may be reserved
than two weeks in advance by
completing an online
Group Study Room Reservation Form
which requests the names of all of the
individuals who intend to occupy the
3. Reservations are held no longer than
15 minutes beyond the time for which the
Room is reserved if the Room is needed
4. Groups (2 or more people) have
priority over one individual requesting
or occupying a Room.
5. A maximum of 4 to 8 people may use a
Study Room depending upon which room is
6. Each Study Room occupant must leave a
photo ID card with a valid expiration
date at the Circulation Desk while using
a Study Room.
7. Each ID card is returned to its owner
(and no one else) after the Study Room
is vacated, found to be in good order by
a Library worker and locked. Occupants
should allow time for this procedure.
8. The Library is not responsible for
belongings left unattended.
9. No food or drink is permitted in the
Study Rooms or anywhere else in the
Library, except in the Library Café.
10. A Study Room may be
used for up to three hours by the same
individual(s). The individual(s) may
request a renewal and, if granted, they
may use the Room until needed by others.
11. Study Room occupants agree to vacate
the Room 15 minutes prior to the posted
closing time or when asked to vacate the
Room by a Librarian or Library worker.
Contact Jennifer L. Ransom, Access
Services/Reference Librarian, (914)