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I want to reserve a study room. How do I do this?

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The library has five reservable study rooms available for groups of 2 or more students to use.  Reserve the study rooms online for up to 3 hours per day or 9 hours for up to two weeks in advance.

DSPS students have priority for Library Study Room 200F and can reserve the study room for up to two hours by contacting the DSPS office at 949-451-5630.  A red DSPS room reservation placard will indicate that study room has been reserved.  If Room 200F is unoccupied, it is available on a first-come-first-serve basis for all students, however DSPS students with a room reservation have priority above all other users.

You can also book a study room from the blue kiosks near the check out desk on the first floor of the library.

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