Individual Study Rooms (Waterloo) for ALC Registered Students

Reserve an individual study room.

Individual study rooms on floors 4, 5, and 6 of the Waterloo campus library can be reserved by students registered with the Accessible Learning Centre.

How to reserve a room

  • Reserve a room using the online booking system up to a week
  • Rooms can be reserved a week in advance and are on a first come first served basis
  • Rooms may be booked for a maximum of six hours per day
  • Check in for your room at the User Services and Help Desk on the main floor. Note: If you modify the time of your room booking, you must inform desk staff

Description of rooms

  • Rooms are located on floors 4 to 7, near the centre of the floor, facing Albert St.
  • Most rooms have a networked computer with speakers and chairs funded through a Student Life Levy grant
  • A USB key with JAWS software is available on request at the Services and Help Desk, main floor
  • Detailed description of each room

Room regulations

  • Rooms on floors 4 to 7 are to be used for quiet study by a single person only
  • Not to be used as an office, for group study, for meeting with students, or for tutoring
  • Do not block the window for safety reasons
  • Do not leave library materials in the room. Any items left in the room will be removed and reshelved
  • The Library will not assume any responsibility for lost or stolen materials