Study Room Policies
University of Minnesota Law Students may reserve Law Library study rooms for individual & group study. All group study rooms are equipped with a table seating 4-6 people. The following restrictions apply:
The Law Library reserves the right to cancel reservations made by students who attempt to abuse the system.
How to Reserve a Study Room
Find Available Rooms
White boxes indicate rooms and times that are free to be reserved.
Gray boxes indicate other people's reservations.
Note: there are two tabs, representing different types of rooms available.
Make A Reservation
Reservations are made in half hour-long blocks, represented by rows in the grid. Each room has its own column. To make a reservation, click on the block that corresponds to the start time for the room you wish to reserve.
A page will open asking how long you would like to reserve the room. You will be limited to 8 hours total per day, whether in one reservation or several.
You may make reservations up to three days in advance. An error will be given if you try to make a reservation outside the allowed range.
Don't forget to click the "save" link when you are done.
Email Confirmation: An email will be sent to your U of M account to confirm your reservation.
Cancel A Reservation
To cancel a reservation, find the reservation, indicated by your X.500. Click on the reservation, and a page will load confirming the username under which the reservation was made and giving you the option to cancel. Click the "Delete Reservation" button.
Email Confirmation: An email will be sent to your U of M account to confirm the cancellation of your reservation.*
* This applies only if you made the reservation yourself: reservations made by circulation desk staff on behalf of users will not send email confirmation of the cancellation.