Room Reservations

Information on Group Study Areas

How to Reserve Rooms Online

Reserving Knowledge Center Rooms

If you require a meeting or event space and do not see the room you need when following the instructions below for online-reservations, please call Library/IT Admin at (775) 682-5684 for assistance. Note that several in-demand spaces such as the Rotunda and the Bible and Keyser Conference rooms must be reserved through the Admin office.

How to Reserve Rooms Online

The EMS portal allows students and faculty/staff to reserve Group Study Rooms on the fourth and fifth floor of the Knowledge Center.  The portal also allows for requests regarding spaces reserved for specific activities.

Group Study Rooms

  1. Reservations are available for the Group Study Rooms on the fourth and fifth floors of the Knowledge Center as well as in the DeLaMare Library
  2. Group Study Rooms can only be scheduled by groups with two or more people.
  3. Reservations are available up to 8 days in advance
  4. Each NetID may reserve a total of 6 hours within 8 days including a maximum of 1 booking per day and 2 bookings per 8 days.
  5. To begin the self-booking process:
    • Log-in to the EMS system with your NetID.
    • Room reservations can be made by hovering over the reservations icon and selecting "Room Request"
    • Fill in the "When and Where" section of the Room Request area. Be sure to select the proper facility you wish to request a room in. Once you have filled in all the fields select the "Find Space" button.
    • Once room preferences are submitted available rooms will be displayed. Select the room by clicking the green plus symbol. If there is a scheduling conflict for the room a pop-up box will appear and the room will not be booked.
    • When a room has been selected click the yellow "Continue" button at the bottom of the page, this will switch the view over to the "Details" tab. Details about the room reservation will be asked for in order to complete the booking of the room.
    • Before submitting the reservation verify the email address is correct as this will be where the confirmation is sent.

Reservations must be entered by 4:00 p.m. the day before the room is required, or before 4:00 p.m. on Friday if the room is required on a weekend day or on Monday.

Make a Group Study Room Reservation

View General Policies for Room Reservations

Group Study FAQs & Locations

Can I use a group study room by myself?

  • We ask that groups of two or more use the group study rooms.

Are all rooms available for reservations?

  • Rooms on the third and 2nd floor are not available for reservation. These rooms are on a first come first served basis.

What happens if I am late for my room reservation?

  • Group Study Room reservations are forfeited after 15 minutes.

If I room is open can we take it?

  • Before taking an open room make sure that the room reservation card next to the door is free of conflicting events. If there are no reservations for a room it is free for use.

Group Study Locations

View Knowledge Center Floor Maps to find Group Study Locations

Leonard Faculty & Graduate Room

Leonard Faculty & Graduate Room

Graduate students and faculty have access to the Leonard Faculty Graduate Room. Located on the 4th floor, the Faculty and Graduate Room provides a place to read and study. The room contains a mix of seating and a small kitchen with a refrigerator and microwave.  Note that the room may be occasionally reserved for events.

Key card access is required and may be obtained by filling out the Keycard Request Form. The filled out form can be turned into the IT/ Administration office on the 5th floor of the Knowledge Center. The filled out from may also be turned in at the Library Services Desk on the 2nd floor of the Knowledge Center.