How do I reserve a study room?


Study rooms are available at each campus.  

Scroll down for details by campus, including how to reserve a room.


Information that applies to all study rooms

  • All rooms can be used by individuals or by groups. When it is busy, groups may get preference.
  • Masks must be worn . . .
    • any time the door is open 
    • or whenever two or more are in the room


Campus details

  • Desert Vista 
  • Downtown 
  • East 
  • Northwest 
  • West 


Desert Vista campus

The Learning Center has 16 study rooms. The Learning Center is just west of the library, on the 2nd floor of the Desert Vista Plaza Building.

  • 10 small rooms (up to 3 people).
  •   6 large rooms (up to 6 people).

To reserve a room

  • Ask at the Learning Center's front desk.
  • Currently, there is no time limit for rooms, (but guidelines are subject to change).


Downtown campus

Study rooms are available in the Library and in the Learning Commons.

The Library has a large Quiet Study Room.

  • It has 3 semi-private desks and 7 comfortable seats for informal study. 
To reserve this room
  • No reservations are needed; simply walk in.
  • This room is only for current students. 

The Learning Commons has 5 study rooms

  • Up to about 6 students per room
  • 4 rooms have a whiteboard and a computer.
  • Another modular room is glassed-in and doesn't have a ceiling or a computer.
To reserve a room
  • These rooms are for current students only.
  • Walk in, or call (520 206 7311) to reserve a room. 
  • 2 hour blocks, renewable if no one is waiting.
  • In some cases, an Honor student or a registered ADR student may get preference.


East campus

The Library has 3 study rooms

  • Room L-132 is a small room that is technology-enhanced.
  • Room L-133 is for quiet study only. Priority is given to Campus programs and programming.
  • Room L-134 is for quiet study only. Priority is given to Campus programs and programming.
To reserve a room
  • No reservations needed. First-come, first-served.


Northwest campus

Study rooms are located in the Library and in the Campus Resource Center (CRC)

The Library has 4 study rooms

  • 3 rooms will hold up to 6 people. 2 of these rooms also have SmartBoards. 
  • 1 room will hold up to 4 people. 
  • Every room has a whiteboard.
To reserve a room in the Library. . .
  • Call (520) 206-2250, or come to the Circulation Desk. 
  • Rooms may be reserved in advance, up to the end of the current week.
  • Priority goes to current PCC students.
  • 2-hour time slots, renewable if no one is waiting.

The Campus Resource Center (CRC) has 7 rooms. 

  • Each has a whiteboard and a monitor.
  • 4 rooms are fully enclosed (max. 8 people)
  • 3 rooms are modular, without a ceiling (max. 8 people)
To reserve a room in the Campus Resource Center
  • Walk in, or call (520) 206-2127. You can reserve rooms well in advance.
  • 2-hour time block, renewable if no one is waiting.
    • Honors students may get preference for the honors room.


West campus

The Library has 10 student study rooms.

  • 9 of the rooms can accommodate groups of 4-5 people.
  • 1 room is a conference-style room that can accommodate 10 people.
  • 3 of the rooms have smart TVs. The other 7 have white boards.

To reserve a room

  • Walk in, or call (520 206-6821).
  • Schedule rooms up to 1 week in advance.
  • They can all be used for quiet study or group study
  • 2-hour time limit


  • Last Updated Jan 24, 2022
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  • Answered By Joe Brewer

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