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Library Policies

Group Study Room Policy

  • Study spaces are intended for the academic use of currently registered Sheridan students.
  • Group study rooms will be available with a specified capacity.
  • Spaces may be booked for a maximum of three hours at one time and only one booking per day is allowed for the same student or group.
  • Rooms must be booked online by a student intending to use the space themselves.
  • If you are more than ten minutes late to claim a space, your booking is no longer valid and the space can be used by others.
  • Personal property should not be left unattended in the room. Sheridan staff are not responsible for lost items.
  • Study rooms should never be locked by occupants.
  • After use, A/V equipment should be turned off.
  • Everyone at Sheridan has a shared responsibility for keeping the campus a healthy and safe environment.
    • Wiping down surfaces before and after each use is one of the ways to protect against the spread of COVID-19.
    • Using the wipes available on campus, please clean the workspaces before and after use and remove any waste.
  • Food is not permitted in the study rooms. Only covered beverages are allowed.
  • Students are expected to adhere to the Noise & Disruptive Behaviour Policy.

Bookings that violate any conditions of the Group Study Room policy or the Sheridan Student Code of Conduct will be cancelled. Security may remove any students who violate Group Study Room policies.

For step-by-step instructions on booking group study rooms, please see the I.T. website on How to Book a Study Room.