Answered By: Courtney Fuson Last Updated: Aug 31, 2016 Views: 333
Group study rooms are available on the first, second, and third floors of the library. A valid Belmont ID is required for study room use.
The first and second floor study rooms are meant for group study. Preference will be given to groups of two or more students. If no one is using a study room, single students may use the room, but may be asked to leave if a group needs the room. Study rooms are available during the library's regular hours. Keys are available at the main circulation desk. Please bring your Belmont ID to check out the key. Contact the main desk on the first floor at 615-460-6782 if you have any other questions.
Third floor group media rooms are designated for class assignments which use audio-visual materials and are available for use by groups of 2 or more students. Groups that need to use audio/visual equipment to view materials will have priority for room use. Groups who do not need to use the equipment may use the rooms, but may be asked to move if a group with a media need requests the room. Group rooms are available during the regular hours of the Media Center. Please bring your Belmont ID to check out the key and remote controls for the equipment.