During summer months, access to Dibner's group study rooms is on a first-come, first-served basis. Rooms cannot be reserved until the Fall 2017 semester.
Dibner Library has many reservable group study rooms available for use by NYU students. Rooms are available for reservations during library open hours.
Small group rooms hold a minimum of 2 people, and a maximum of 5.
Large group rooms hold a minimum of 4 people, and a maximum of 8.
How do I reserve a room?
Log in with your NYU NetID. Select your preferred time, date, and reservation length. Groups of 2 or more NYU students may reserve a small room for 3 hours at a time, and groups of 4 or more students may reserve a large room for 3 hours at a time.
You will receive an email confirming your reservation.
Can I use a study room without a reservation?
Yes, but keep in mind that you may be asked to leave if a user with a reservation arrives.
Study Room Policies
Group study rooms are a popular service. To help this work well for all students, please adhere to the following policies:
Rooms cannot be reserved or held by placing personal belongings in them. Materials and personal items left unattended may be removed by library staff.
Group rooms may not be reserved or held for a single user only. Single users in a group study room (with or without reservations) will be asked to vacate the room for groups of 2 or more for small rooms, and 4 or more for large rooms.
For small group study rooms, we ask that least 2 students occupy the room. For large group study rooms, we ask that at least 4 students occupy the room.
Have your email confirmation handy as you may need to verify your reservation.
Do not eat full meals or messy foods in the study rooms. If you don’t comply, you will be asked to leave.
There is a 15 minute grace period for reservations. Reservations will be canceled if a group is more than 15 minutes late.
- TV monitors (1)
- Rolling chairs ()
- Non-rolling tables ()