Study Room Policy

Hunter College's main library has individual/group study rooms.
B2:  B2A, B2B (accommodates 2 students per room)

These rooms are available to be reserved by HUNTER STUDENTS ONLY. Current Hunter id is required. No reservations can be taken from students from IELI, Hunter Science High School or Hunter High School. No reservations can be taken from alumni, Staff or Faculty.

General Procedures

  • Reservations MUST be made in person at the Audio Visual Reserves desk on the 2nd floor.
  • Reservations can be made for a maximum of 2 hours (3 hours only in B112).
  • Reservations must be made at least one day in advance, but no more than one week in advance.
  • Students may not reserve the room for the entire semester.
  • Reservations will be forfeited after 10 minutes if the users fail to appear.
  • If they are not reserved, study rooms will  available on a first come, first served basis.
  • Anyone using a study room must vacate the room when the room has been reserved.
  • No food in the study rooms.
  • If the door is locked, please go to the Audio Visual Reserve desk.

Access Accommodation Study Room Reservation Policy

  • Room 206-210 are available for students registered with the Hunter Office of Accessibility and proctors giving exams to these students.
  • Room 205 is only for proctors and is not available otherwise.
  • They may be reserved in person at the Audio Visual Reserves desk or by phone  212-396-6803/6804.
  • No reservation may be made more than 1 week in advance.
  • Students must present both their College ID and their Access Accommodation id at the Audio Video Reserves desk.
  • If they are not reserved, study rooms will  available on a first come, first served basis.
  • Students may not reserve the room for the entire semester.

Non-reservable Study Rooms

There are non-reservable group study rooms on the 6th floor (601A, 601B, 601C).

  • Priority use of these rooms goes to the Learning Centers on the 7th floor. Anyone using the room will be required to vacate if the room is needed by one of the Learning Centers.
  • These rooms operate on a first come, first served basis and may be used for a maximum of 2 hours
  • If a student's belongings are left in a room for longer than 15 minutes without the student being present, Security will be contacted to remove the belongings and the room will then be available for others.