Room Reservations

The Library has several rooms that can be reserved. The rooms reserved by the LRC are listed below. Use EventManager for any room reservation request. For documentation on how to use EventManager click here. Before reserving a room please review the Policies and Procedures for Requesting a Room in the LRC.


Policies and Procedures for Requesting a Room in the LRC

  • The time and date of your request must be during regular library hours. This includes the preparation time for the room. It should also include the preparation time for Facilities Management, Dining Services and/or other setup entities and cleanup. You are responsible for contacting these departments for set up.
  • The Library staff do not assist with the set up and running of the event, e.g. making photocopies, loaning supplies or equipment, tracking down equipment, meeting the caterers, etc. The requestor and their administrative unit are responsible for being familiar with the facility and for handling any special arrangements.
  • The individual requesting the room, and the event/group for which it is requested, must be affiliated with Georgetown College. i.e., campus activity/group and any professional group with which Georgetown College is affiliated.
  • Library rooms may NOT be used for an event for which admission is charged or sales solicited.
  • A request for a room is only a request, not a guarantee that you will have it. You will receive an email confirming or denying your reservation request.
  • Rooms are reserved on a first-come, first-serve basis.
  • Regularly scheduled classes and various College Executive committees have priority on scheduling.
  • Please e-mail room cancellations to Ben_Rawlins@georgetowncollege.edu as soon as possible as there is a demand for the rooms.
  • If furniture is moved, it is the responsibility of the individual who requests the room to make sure that the room is returned to its original configuration.
  • If there are any special requests for the library staff, please let us know.

The following rooms are reserved by the LRC, with policies specific to each room.


Arnett Conference Room
Room Policies
This room is only available for conferences and meetings. If you need a room for a class, please request LRC 150.

Room Details
Comfortable seating for 25
10 tables, can be re-configured
Large Dry Erase Boards
Projector Screen
Wireless & 4 Data Drops
Kitchen area with sink, but no refrigerator – food is allowed


LRC 150
Room Policies
LRC 150 is used as a classroom, scheduled by the Registrar’s office. It may be reserved outside of regularly scheduled classes.

Room Details
Seating for 32 with flexible configuration
Master teacher’s computer with ELMO
Overhead computer projector with automated screen
Integrated Video recording system
White boards, integrated to the Master computer
Wireless + 3 Cable Drops & 3 Data Drop


LRC 223
Room Policies
LRC 223 is used as a classroom, scheduled by the Registrar’s office. Outside of regularly scheduled classes, it may only be reserved for Honors students. Reservations will only be scheduled after the Director of the Honors Program has submitted a written request, pending room availability. This room must remain locked when not in use.


Group Study Rooms (LRC 230, 232-237)
Room Policies
Study Rooms are on a first come, first serve basis. If you need to reserve a space for a tutoring session, please see policies for LRC 150, Arnett Conference Room, LRC 231, and the 3rd floor.


LRC 231 (Conference Room)
Room Policies
The Conference Room 231 is reserved specifically for meetings and group study.

Please note that the library will not reserve spaces for 1-on-1 tutoring sessions. Group tutoring sessions will only be scheduled after the department chair has submitted a request, pending room availability.


LRC 241
Room Policies
LRC 241 may be reserved by outside of regularly scheduled classes for special projects and events. It cannot be reserved for a group study space. If you need a group study space use one of the study rooms or LRC 301 (Third Floor Group Study Area). This room must remain locked when not in use.

The key is available at the Circulation Desk and an ID must be presented to check the key out.


LRC 301 (Group Study Area)
Room Policies
This is the only area in the LRC for large group study. All athletic teams and social organizations must use the Third Floor for their group study tables.

Room Details
Can hold 30 people
Wireless & 4 Data drops


LRC Lobby
Room Policies
Contact Susan Martin or Ben Rawlins to reserve the lobby.


Reference Room (Neil Fireside Room)
Room Policies
The Reference Room may only be reserved for library instruction and college administration functions.

Please note that this room will NOT be available for booking during Prep Week, Reading Day and Finals. During this time, its priority will be for student studying.

The Ward Room and the Neal Fireside Room may not be reserved concurrently.


Ward Room
Room Policies
The central area of the Ward Room may be reserved for presentations.

Please note that this room will NOT be available for booking during Prep Week, Reading Day and Finals. During this time, its priority will be for student studying.

The Ward Room and the Neal Fireside Room may not be reserved concurrently.