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Nancy Thompson Learning Commons provides study spaces to accommodate a variety of learning styles, research, and studying needs.

Students are required to reserve private study spaces in the building. Reservation instructions are listed below.

The Grand Study Hall and any tables located on the open floor do not require a reservation.

To book a study space:

  • Visit this  or scan the QR code located next to each study space.
  • The booking grid will display the spaces that you are able to reserve (Green: available, Yellow: your booking, Red: unavailable).
  • The grid will default to the current date, but you can click on the 'Go-To Date' button to choose a specific date from the calendar.
  • Clicking on a space will show you a picture of the capacity and features of the space.
  • Once you select a space, click on a green tile to add a start time to your reservation. It will automatically default to a 1-hour booking. You can adjust the time for 1 additional hour at the bottom of the page.
  • Click  and read through the Terms and Conditions. Enter your contact information and click .
  • Your study space is now booked! You will receive an email confirmation of your reservation.

In fairness to all students, please adhere to the Terms and Conditions of the space as well as your reservation time. Should you need more time, submit another booking in an available space.

Terms & Conditions

  • Maintain a tidy and clean workspace during use.
  • Sanitization stations have been placed around the building to disinfect your workspace before/after use.
  • Remove all trash by placing it in the nearest receptacle.
  • Do not leave your belongings unattended. 
  • Keep cell phones silent in all study areas.
  • Report any concerns with this space to

Misuse of the space could impact future ability to reserve space in the Learning Commons.