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Study Rooms

About using study rooms in the library.

Pfeiffer Library has 4 study rooms available to Tiffin University students and faculty. All rooms have seating and a dry erase board, but each room has unique features for its use, which are detailed below.Patrons using study room 1

  • Study Room 1 has 4 chairs around a large table. There is a large screen extender for the networked computer.
     
  • Student Room 2 is smaller with 2 individual desks. One desk is empty, and one desk is equipped with a networked computer.
     
  • Study Room 3 has 3 chairs around a large table with a large screen extender for the networked computer.
     
  • The Conference Room has 6 chairs around a large table. There is a large screen extender for the networked computer that is on a separate desk with an additional chair. There are also 2 winged-chairs as well. In total, there are 9 seats.

Dry erase markers or meeting microphones for online meetings can be borrowed at the library's front desk if in need.

Use Policy

Unless otherwise stated, the study rooms in Pfeiffer Library are first-come, first-served. If the room is empty and there is sign stating otherwise, please feel free to use the room appropriately.

Appropriate room behavior includes the following:

  • The is a public venue and behavior should reflect that.
  • Sleeping in the study rooms will not be tolerated.
  • Do not leave belongings unattended in the study rooms.
  • Study rooms should be left in the condition in which you found them.
  • Study rooms are not soundproof. Please keep the noise volume low and be considerate.
  • Lights within the study rooms must remain on when in use.

We reserve the right to ask users to leave when behavior or volume is deemed inappropriate.

Room Reservations

Pfeiffer Library does offer the opportunity to reserve rooms in advance for Tiffin University students, faculty, and staff who may need it for presentation practice, group work, or event meetings.

Reservations can be made online 24 hours in advance. Users can also request a room reservation at the library's front desk at least 4 hours in advance of the reservation. 

At the time of your reservation, you're encouraged to check-in at the front desk.