Room reservations begin September 2, 2021. Open study, and walk-in group rooms are currently available.
Bobst Library has a mix of open study, walk-in, and reservable study spaces exclusively for graduate student use.
How Do I Reserve a Room?
- Select your preferred date and start time
- Adjust the reservation end time.
- Submit your reservation. You’ll be asked to log in with your NYU NetID to complete the process.
- You will receive an email confirmation.
If you have questions about Bobst reservations or need help, email firstname.lastname@example.org
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 and individual 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.
Bring your confirmation email with you. Students with a reservation always have priority over walk-in users.
There is a 10 minute grace period for reservations. If the reservation holder is not present within 10 minutes, the reservation is invalid.
- TV monitors
- Projector screens
- Rolling chairs
- Non-rolling chairs
- Rolling tables
- Non-rolling tables
- Wall-mounted desks
- Partitioned desks