New for Spring 2019!

  • Reserving rooms in our automated system is now connected with HVCC's authentication system for other systems like Blackboard, WIRED, and more.  When starting a reservation, users will be prompted to log in using their HVCC username and password.  Completing this login will automatically fill in name/email information in the reservation request form.  Users must logout after completing their reservation.  In addition, reservations are limited to current HVCC students and employees, consistent with our policy.  Availability of rooms can be checked without logging in to the system.  Enjoy this new feature!
     
  • Reservations are now available for start and end times on the hour OR the half hour. 
     
  • MRV035 is no longer available as a group study room.  Plans are underway to add two group study rooms to expanded space in MRV007.  Construction of these two new spaces is planned for late spring or early summer.  Thank you for your patience.

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Opening Hours
Wednesday, Jan 23
Marvin Library Learning Commons7am – 10pm

Group Study Room Policy

Reservations are limited to current students and employees. Reservations are limited to two hours per student/group and cannot be made more than one week in advance. Reservations are held for ten minutes after the reservation or will be cancelled if demand warrants. Unreserved rooms are assigned on a first come, first served basis. Visitors eligible for library borrowing privileges may use the rooms on a space-available basis for one hour, with one renewal. Rooms are to be used for group study (two or more persons). Rooms are not to be left empty while reserved.

The Learning Common's Code of Conduct is applicable in the study rooms. Please alert staff on the first floor if the study room is not clean when you enter it or if you are disturbed by the conduct of others nearby. Rooms are for group academic activity and are not to be used for personal storage, sleeping, dining or other social activities suited for the Campus Center.  Sufficient lighting and visibility for library staff to monitor study room activity must be maintained.

A violation of policies described above will result in loss of study room privileges and possible disciplinary referral. Library staff have the right to enter a reserved group study room to verify compliance with library and college policies.

Public spaces in the building are color-coded to indicate the level of noise acceptable.  Choose from red zones (silent study), yellow zones (quiet study), and green zones (group study).  Details and a map showing the zones are available online.