NCMC Library Study Rooms
The North Central Michigan College Library has five study rooms available for student, faculty, and staff use*. Study rooms offer a quiet study space for individuals as well as a collaborative study environment for groups. Student use is the first priority of the study rooms, and academic activities are given preference over non-academic activities. The rooms are available for checkout during normal library hours, Monday-Friday. Checkouts are for two-hour blocks for individuals and four-hour blocks for groups. One renewal per day is allowed. Group reservations will require the user to reserve two, two-hour time slots. Study rooms can be reserved a maximum of 14 days in advance, and are also available on a first-come, first-served basis if there is no prior reservation. Each study room contains a white board and electrical outlets. Wireless internet access is also available. White board supplies (markers, eraser, cleaner, and paper towels) can be checked out at the Circulation Desk, if needed.
*Study Room Usage for Community Members
Members of the NCMC community (students, faculty, and staff) are the priority users of the NCMC Library Study Rooms. Use of the Study Rooms is open to community members who possess a Library card. Cards are available free to residents of Emmet County. There is a $15 charge for residents of other counties. Study Room users are required to complete and sign an agreement form outlining Study Room rules and guidelines. Community members must call or email the Library (email@example.com) to reserve Study Rooms. Study Rooms are not available for use by community members during the final three (3) weeks of the Fall and Winter semesters. Use of the rooms by community members is subject to Library staff discretion.