Brause Group Study Rooms
Access NYU Students
Noise level Conversation-friendly
Brause Library’s 2 collaborative group study rooms are equipped with wall-mounted screens, whiteboards and power outlets. Room 510A can seat 10 people, and room 510B can seat 6 people.
How Do I Reserve a Room?
Rooms can be booked up to 4 weeks in advance.
In the online reservation system:
- 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 Brause reservations or need help, email email@example.com.
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.
If neither room is available:
Students can use the 2 MediaScape pods in the northwest and southwest corners of the 5th floor. The pods have privacy shields so groups can collaborate without disturbing nearby classes. The pods are first-come, first-served.
There are also lounge areas on the 4th, 5th, and 10th floors of the NYU Midtown Center building.
Group Study Room Policies
Eating is prohibited.
Rooms can be reserved by groups of 2 or more currently enrolled NYU students. Visitors cannot use the rooms.
Students can reserve a room for 3 hours each week.
Reservations will be canceled if a group is more than 15 minutes late.
Do not leave personal items unattended. Library staff will remove your stuff to make the room available for others.
Keep the noise levels reasonable.
Keep the door closed while having a discussion.
Do not eat full meals or messy foods, and clean up after yourselves as you exit the room.
- TV monitors (1)
- Rolling-chairs (6-10)
- Rolling tables (2)