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Reserve a Room

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Current Wright State students, faculty, and staff may reserve the room during the Dunbar Library's regular hours. Reserve online or by calling 937-775-2525.

Regular or multiple bookings by groups (or members) are not permitted.

Select a Space

Group Study

Four reservable group rooms are available on the second and third floors—rooms 215, 216, 341, and 342. The rooms contain:

  • Video projector and screen, whiteboard, and Windows computer
  • 47-inch monitor in RM 215 & RM 216 (includes cables and adapters available for all common laptop video output connections)

Reserve a Group Study Room

Quiet Study  

Room 328 offers six individual glass study carrels (328 B, C, D, E, F, G) and one individual private office (328 A). Each includes a Windows computer and access to a networked printer in the room.

Reserve a Quiet Study Room

STAC Studios    

Ideal for audio and video recording, these studios can be reserved to create and edit multimedia projects. Students who need personalized assistance with projects while using the room can request an appointment with STAC staff for the same time.

Studio A contains a 21.5" Apple iMac with Retina 4K display, Blue Yeti-X Microphone (suspended on a studio arm, with a shock mount and pop screen filter), studio lights, studio monitoring headphones with amplifier, and a Brio Ultra HD Pro 4K webcam. Available applications include Camtasia, iMovie, Garageband, Final Cut, and Premier Pro.

Studio B contains a Windows computer with a Wacom Cintiq Pro 32" touch-capable, inkable display monitor, a Blue Yeti X Microphone (suspended on a studio arm), studio lights, studio monitoring headphones with amplifier, and a Brio Ultra HD Pro 4K webcam.

Cameras, tripods, and other equipment can be checked out at the Circulation Desk on the first floor.

Reserve a STAC Studio

Pick a Date and Time

a. Selecting an available beginning time slot will provide you with a two-hour reservation.

screen capture of the date and time slot selection screen on the reservation form

b. Modify your reservation end time for a shorter time frame.

screen capture of the modify your reservation end time screen in the room reservation form

Complete Your Reservation

Confirm your reservation information, review the terms and conditions, then enter your personal information to reserve the room.

screen capture of the personal information screen of the room reservation form

Check In

  • Pick up the key at the Circulation Desk on the first floor of Dunbar Library.
  • All users must abide by the room-use agreement.
  • The room will be held for 15 minutes beyond the reservation time; after 15 minutes, the reservation will be canceled.
  • Please notify Circulation Desk staff if you need assistance with any doors or locks.

Reserve a Room

Room Guidelines

  • The room must be attended at all times and locked when vacated.
  • Excessive food or drink is not permitted.
  • Headphones are required for all electronic devices in areas designated as quiet study; volume must be kept low so that sound is not audible to others.
  • Cell phone use is not permitted in areas designated as quiet study; all phones must be set to silent or vibrate.
  • When first entering the room, please report any problems to the Circulation Desk.
  • Users may not obstruct the window or door in any way.
  • Talking, including whispering, is not permitted when using spaces designated as quiet study.
  • Turn off all equipment and dispose of all trash prior to leaving the room.
  • Return all furniture and equipment to its original location prior to leaving the room.
  • When finished using the room, return the key to the Circulation Desk.
  • The right to use bookable rooms can be summarily suspended or revoked for failure to abide by these guidelines.