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Rooms at the Library

Library Classrooms and Conference Rooms

  • College faculty and administrators may reserve most library classrooms and conference rooms by calling or emailing Beverly Blalock at 864-833-7081 or bblalock@presby.edu.
  • The Llibrary Instruction Classroom/Computer Lab may be reserved by contacting Dan Lee at dlee@presby.edu or Betsy Byrd at eebyrd@presby.edu, or by calling the Reference Desk at (864) 833-7080.

Study Rooms

  • Library study rooms are available to PC students and faculty on a first-come, first-served basis.
  • Refer to Library Floor Plans for the location of study rooms (identified by yellow and dark yellow blocks).

 

Small Study Rooms

  • For 1-2 people only
  • Always unlocked and never require key check-out
Upper Level Rooms 204, 216, 217, 218, 219, 221, 222
Main Level Rooms 118, 119, 120, 127, 128, 133, 134
Lower Level Room 2 and Media Viewing Room*
*Groups needing to view movies will be given priority in the use of this room.

 

Large Study Rooms

  • Require key check-out between 5:00 pm and 10:00 pm with the specified minimum number of users
  Minumum of 2 people Minimum of 3 people
Upper Level Rooms 206, 213, 215 Rooms 214, 220, Dillard-Elliott
Main Level Room 115 Room 125
Lower Level   Room 53

 

Large Study Room Guidelines & Check-Out Procedures:

  • Key check-out is required for larger study rooms during the hours of 5:00 pm and 10:00 pm.  Two members of a study group should be present at the Circulation Desk when checking out a group study room key.  A valid PC ID is required.
  • Group study room check-out period is three hours with one renewal allowed.  Failure to return or renew a study room key will result in a fine added to the library record of the person who checked out the key.
  • Users should lock the study room when leaving.  The room key must be returned to the Circulation Desk for check-in.
  • If group members need to leave the building, the key must be checked in.  Room keys are not to be taken out of the building.
  • Books, book bags and other belongings may not be left in a room to "claim" the room.  The library staff reserves the right to remove items from an unoccupied study room.  Belongings may be claimed at the Circulation Desk.  The library is not responsible for personal belongings.
  • Food items other than light snacks (vending machine items) are not allowed in study rooms.  Drinks must be in acceptable spill-proof containers.
  • Patrons will be directed to the 24-Hour-Study Zone or the Collaborative Study Area if observed with meal items (sandwiches, wraps, burgers, etc.).