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Each campus library provides group study rooms that allow groups to collaborate in an enclosed environment to minimize the impact on other students. In addition, each campus library provides a collaborative workstation where groups can connect multiple devices to a large screen to make collaboration easier. Group study rooms and collaborative workstations are only available for MC students and faculty.

The number of rooms per campus library is:

Germantown Campus Library - 2 group study rooms, 1 collaborative workstation

Rockville Campus Library - 3 group study rooms, 1 collaborative workstation

Takoma Park/Silver Spring - 5 group study rooms, 1 collaborative workstation

Cafritz does not have a study room or collaborative workstation.

Each room accommodates a different number of students. To find out more about group study rooms and collaborative workstations or to make a reservation, please visit our Reserve a Study Space webpage.

*PLEASE NOTE: Reservations are made for a maximum of 2 hours per day. If the Group Study Room key is returned late a fine of $2.00 per hour, maximum $8.00 will be charged.

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