Study Room PolicyThere are 2 media rooms located on the second floor of the Library. Each room is equipped with a computer and has seating for three.
On the second floor of the library there are 7 small study rooms with seating for four people in each room. There are dry erase boards in five of the rooms. Markers and erasers are available for check-out at the front desk. These rooms are intended for small groups and are not available for individual use. These rooms are available on a first come first serve basis.
There is one conference room, 214, which is able to seat 10 and is equipped with a computer, projector and screen. This room can be reserved.
Two additional conference rooms, 217 and 223, have seating for 10 and contain a round table with no provided technology.These rooms can also be reserved.
Absolutely no food is allowed in any of the above rooms. Drinks are permissible if they have a secured top(cap, lid, can top, etc).
The use of these rooms is limited to current students, faculty and staff of Coker College.
- Coker College students may check out media rooms and study rooms for a period of 2 hours. This may be extended by 2 hours if there are no other patrons waiting. (A $1.00 per hour overdue fine will be assessed for keys that are not returned or renewed after 2 hours.)
- Students may only checkout conference rooms if they are not currently reserved and if there are at least 6 students who will be using the room.
- Coker College faculty and staff may check out media rooms, study rooms, and conference rooms.†‡
- Conference rooms may be reserved by Coker College faculty or staff through the LITC circulation desk however, study rooms and media rooms are on a first come first serve basis.
- If any damage is observed in a study room, please report it to the Circulation Desk.
‡Room keys are not to leave to library; however, if a faculty or staff member needs a room for successive days, the library staff will hold the key for them.