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Collaborative Study and Special Use Rooms
The Robert W. Woodruff Library has 14 collaborative study and 4 special use rooms which may be reserved by AUC students and faculty with currently valid AUC identification. These rooms may be reserved at the Information Services Center or the Technology Design Studio in 3 hour increments. Users will be asked to present a valid AUC campus ID when making the reservation. Phone reservations are not accepted. Users agree to abide by the following guidelines:
The Robert W. Woodruff Library has 6 instructional classrooms which are used for curriculum centered library instruction and training for AUC students and faculty. The Information & Research Services Department administers scheduling and reservation of the instructional classrooms. Faculty requests for curriculum centered instruction or occasional, special use of a classroom may be made by using the instruction request form by clicking here. Faculty with questions regarding instructional services may contact the appropriate subject liaison librarian or call 404-978-2067. Click here for the subject liaison directory.
Carrel, Meeting Room, and Exhibition Hall Reservations
The Robert W. Woodruff Library has three meeting rooms, 88 individual study carrels, and an Exhibition Hall which may be reserved by AUC students and faculty with currently valid AUC identification or by the general community. Requests for reservation are tentative until confirmed by the Administrative Office. Reservation requests may be made to the Administrative Office of the CEO/Director. Phone reservations are not accepted.
Individual Study Carrels
Individual study carrels may be rented for the semester by AUC faculty and graduate students who are presently engaged in research. The study carrel application must be completed, signed by the appropriate university officials, and submitted to the Office of the CEO/Director for approval. To obtain a copy of the study carrel application form click here.
Upper Level Meeting Rooms
Requests to reserve meeting rooms on the Upper Level, Rooms 301-303 are made to the Office of the CEO/Director for approval. A summary of the requirements to reserve a meeting room on the Upper Level is provided below. Click here to view the full policy and request form.
- Reservations will be taken for the current semester only.
- Reservations will be tentative to permit RWWL time to verify internal plans involving maintenance and other programs or services. Electronic confirmation of the reservation will be provided within two (2) business days of the request.
- Meeting rooms are available for reservation and use during Library hours of operation:
- For groups of 15-30, Room 303 will be assigned as available.
- For groups of 15 or less, Room 301 or 302 will be assigned as available.
- The Library must be notified in advance if light refreshments (food and drink) will be available during an activity. The menu must be approved by the Library; generally hot food items, and red and orange colored beverages are prohibited. Food must adhere to all state and federal health regulations. Food and drink must be consumed within the areas approved for the activity. The Library assumes no liability for any food or drink consumed at users’ activities.
- Reservation and use of the Exhibition Hall is for groups of 30 persons or more.
Virginia Lacy Jones Exhibition Hall Policy and Procedures
The following procedures outline the guidelines required to reserve or rent the Virginia Lacy Jones Exhibition Hall in the Robert W. Woodruff Library. Click here
Hours available for use:
|Monday - Thursday
||8:30 a.m. - 12:00 a.m.
||8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
||12:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.
||2:00 p.m. - 10:00 p.m.
||50 to 200 persons maximum
A $200 per hour fee is assessed to groups not affiliated with the Atlanta University Center
To reserve or rent the Virginia Lacy Jones Exhibition Hall please submit a request to the email address listed below:
Phone: (404) 978-2003
The Robert W. Woodruff Library encourages all users to keep track of their personal items at all times. It is recommended that your belongings are always within eyesight. Also we advise users to not carry large amounts of cash. The Library is not responsible for personal items.
Parking and Directions
Parking is limited and cannot be guaranteed. For directions to the library and more information about parking visit the Library’s website at http://www.auctr.edu/rwwl/Home/directions/tabid/113/Default.aspx.