Book a Space

Whether you’re looking for a multimedia teaching lab for your class, a vibrant area for group collaboration, or a small, quiet corner for a solo pre-exam study session,  Rutgers University Libraries are filled with the spaces and technology to support your needs.

Camden Bookable Spaces

Bookable spaces in Robeson Library include:

  • Silent study rooms for individuals (these rooms have no technology)
  • Group study rooms

Other spaces in the library include the graduate student study lounge on the lower level, a computer classroom (up to 24 students and 1 instructor), and room 256 (up to 10 occupants). Contact Robeson Library for more information.

Robeson Library also offers a technology lending program

Learn More about Robeson Library Bookable Spaces 

Study Room Policies at Robeson Library  

Book a Space at Robeson Library

Newark Bookable Spaces

Book a space in one of the libraries in Newark:

Dana Library bookable spaces include individual and group study rooms. Rutgers students, faculty, and staff can borrow laptops from the Laptop Kiosk in the Dana Library lobby. Additional technology for Rutgers undergraduate and graduate students is available through the RU-N IT Student Technology Loan Program. Learn More about Dana Library Bookable Spaces.

Smith Library (Health Sciences) bookable spaces include small group study rooms with a large screen monitor, whiteboard, table, and chairs.  Some rooms also have DVD and video players.

New Brunswick Bookable Spaces

New Brunswick Libraries offers a range of bookable spaces and technology for individual and group study and instruction. 

Learn More about Bookable Spaces in New Brunswick or book a space in one of the libraries below:

Visit the Circulation Desk at any library on the New Brunswick campuses to ask about technology you can borrow. Items vary depending on the library.

Douglass Library loans audiovisual recording equipment and related accessories to Rutgers students, faculty, and staff. Details are available on the Book Media Equipment form.