The Library Study Carrel Program is designed for students who plan to study, research and write in the library on a regular basis, i.e., four - seven days a week. Space is limited. Students who wish to store material should consult Dean Jefferson's office to reserve a locker.
Carrel allocation is based on many factors and processing starts at the beginning of each semester. The library manages the Study Carrel Program and reserves the right to rescind authorization at any time.
The form is available below.
Include reasons for requesting a carrel, your proposed research topics, dates for short-term use
and Moot Court Competition.
Study Carrel Guidelines
All Library materials stored in your carrel must be checked out and have a "Carrel Due Date Slip" clearly placed in each item. When checking out a book, request a green slip at the Information Desk. The library will re-shelve any library books without a slip.
Do not store food in your carrel; drinks are permitted in spill-proof containers.
Carrels must be kept clean, orderly, and business-like.
The library is not responsible for lost or stolen personal items left in your carrel.
You must vacate your carrel by the last day of the semester. Personal items left behind will be placed in lost and found.
I have read and understand the guidelines and I agree to abide by the guidelines. The library will revoke carrel privileges if violations of guidelines occur.