Graduate Study Rooms Available

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Did you know the main library has study rooms assigned specifically for graduate students? There are five rooms and they’re located on the third floor. The keys to the rooms can be checked out for upto four hours to gradaute students with a current UCF student ID. The graduate study room keys are checked out at the third floor Media Services desk. The rooms had formerly been made available for faculty research.

Although the rooms are designed for individuals seeking a place to focus on study, research and reading, they are often being used by two or three graduate students at a time. Keys to regular group study rooms continue to be available for checkout to all UCF students at the Circulation desk, main (second) floor of the library.

Happy peaceful studying.

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