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Group Study Rooms

The Harold C. Smith Learning Commons contains five six-person and six four-person reservable group study rooms on the 3rd floor. Rooms 304 and 305 have collaborative technology capabilities and all have white boards. The purpose of the rooms is to provide a semi-private place for study and collaboration by the students, faculty, and staff of Springfield College.

Reserve a Group Study Room

Check the Group Study Room availability online! You can reserve a room up to two weeks in advance for a total of 3 hours per day. 

Terms & Conditions

  • Rooms may be reserved in hour-long increments with a maximum reservation of three consecutive hours during the time that the building is fully open. Group study rooms are not available when students are using the 24-hour study space on the first and second floors.
  • Rooms may be reserved up to two weeks in advance.
  • Rooms cannot be booked for semester-long standing usage. This includes classes, office hours, and formal and informal study groups.
  • Reservations may be altered by Learning Commons staff members in order to ensure appropriate accessibility for other Springfield College community members.
  • Rooms must be left the way they are found. This includes removing trash, cleaning the whiteboard, and returning chairs/tables to their original locations before leaving.
  • Students may use available rooms that are not reserved; however, priority is given to groups with reservations.
  • Reservations will be considered canceled 10 minutes after the time of the reservation if the reserving group does not appear.
  • Those who have difficulty booking the room through the system can book in-person or over the phone at any of the three service desks in the Learning Commons (Library Services Information Desk, Technology Services Center, Academic Success Center).
  • Questions and complaints should be directed to one of the three service desks.