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Learning Support Center - Student Resource Guide: Study Rooms

Reserve an LSC study room

Photo of an LSC study room 


  • Study rooms are intended for groups. 
    A student may use a room alone when multiple rooms are available, but the last open room should be kept available for group use. (Exceptions can be made at staff discretion.)
  • If the group holding a reservation has not arrived within 15 minutes after the reservation start time, the reservation may be cancelled and other students will be allowed to use the room instead.
  • Reservations are limited to a maximum length of 2 hours. At the end of a 2-hour reservation, a group must leave for at least 30 minutes before reserving a room again.
  • Students found in the study rooms without a reservation (or past the end of their reservation time) will be asked to leave.
  • Study rooms are available to current HCC students doing academic work. They are not hang-out spots.
  • Drinks and dry snacks are permitted in study rooms, but please consume meals elsewhere.
  • Leave the room in a neat and clean condition, including shutting the door behind you.

Students violating these rules may be asked to leave. (They might be blocked from using study rooms again.)

  • Students must read these rules before using a study room.
  • There should be no more than 8 people in a study room at any time.
  • All students must sign the guestbook before entering the room.
    If any of the group members don’t sign in, the whole group will be asked to leave.
  • Students may not leave study rooms unattended for longer than 15 minutes. (LSC staff may remove students' personal belongings and give them to the Campus Police office as lost-and-found items.)
  • When the last student is finished using the room, that student must notify the Welcome Desk.
  • Students must not be loud or otherwise disruptive.
    • Do not play loud music or videos. (Exceptions can be made for academic videos, if played quietly.)
    • If your conversation or music is loud enough to be clearly and consistently heard from the hallway, you will be given a warning. After one warning, you will be asked to leave.

Click here to reserve a group study room in the Learning Support Center.

(Students may also use the rooms on a walk-in basis. Availability is not guaranteed.)

If you are looking for other options, the HCC Library also has study rooms available. Learn more about Library study rooms.

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