Study Space Policy

Our library locations offer a variety of study space and meeting rooms. Groups looking for a space to study together may use the open study spaces or group study rooms. Individuals may use the open study spaces.

For study spaces beyond the Libraries, view the JMU Study Spaces map and learn about over 30 study spaces all over campus!

JMU faculty who would like to bring their class to the library for library instruction are encouraged to contact a Liaison Librarian.

Open Study Space

JMU Libraries offers a range of open study spaces—including work tables, cubbies, and lounge areas with couches and chairs—in all our library locations. Please respect “Quiet Study” signs posted on the 4th floor of Rose Library.

Group Study Rooms

First-come first-served group study rooms are available in Rose Library for two or more people. Additionally, selected group study rooms in Rose may be reserved by JMU faculty, students, and staff. Visit Group Study Rooms to check availability and make a reservation.

24-Hour Study Space

Rose Library has a 24/7 study space on the first floor. It is available for JMU users. A JACard is required for entry.

Additional Quiet Study Space

Selected meeting rooms and spaces are available in Rose Library for quiet, individual study from 5pm to closing each evening unless otherwise reserved. These spaces include Rose 3311 and Rose 3313, which require a JACard for access.

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