Burrell College Study Spaces
Rules and Reservations Page
Burrell College Student Study Space Guidelines
Student group study rooms are available for Burrell students in groups of two or more for the purpose of collaborative learning. Students are expected to use these spaces as efficiently as possible and respect other groups.
- Rooms and individual study seats are available for reservation.
- Reservations for the next day may be made starting at 8:00 a.m. each day.
- The reservation grid notes room capacity and, where applicable, minimum group size.
- Include the names of all students in your group on the reservation request. Failure to include the list of names may result in the reservation being cancelled.
- Any active New Mexico Public Health orders (masking, social distancing, etc.) must be followed within study rooms. We will post signs with instructions when the college is aware of such orders.
- Rooms are available in 30-minute time slots. A student may reserve no more than a combined total of 3 hours a day.
- Rooms will be held for up to fifteen minutes past the reservation start time. If the group fails to appear after fifteen minutes, another group can claim the room.
- If a reserved room has fewer than the minimum number of students, another group that meets the minimum may request the room be vacated.
- Study rooms may be used without a reservation. However, a group with a reservation has priority and may ask you to leave.
- There is a cancellation link in the reservation confirmation email that you receive from LibCal. If you will not be using your reservation, cancel it. Excessive cancellations by staff due to no shows / incomplete groups may result in the loss or limitation of booking privileges.
- Burrell College is not responsible for unattended, lost, stolen, or damaged personal items.
- Rooms must be left in the condition they were found. This includes cleaning whiteboards, returning furniture to its original layout, putting trash in bins, etc.
- Burrell College will periodically assess group study room usage and reserves the right to adjust procedures as needed.
- Failure to comply with any of the above guidelines may result in the loss or limitation of booking privileges.
- Address special requests for room usage to the Student Affairs Office.
NOTE: After submitting your reservation, you will receive an email from LibCal. The system will cancel your reservation if you do not verify it using the link in that email within 30 minutes of making the reservation. Your reservation is not confirmed until you receive a confirmation email.
Study Space Available at NMSU
Burrell College’s affiliation agreement with NMSU allows Burrell College students to utilize study space on the NMSU campus.
Monday – Thursday: 6:00am – 12:00am/midnight
Friday: 6:00am – 10:00pm
Saturday: 9:00am – 10:00pm
Sunday: 9:00am – 12:00am/midnight
Study space is available throughout Corbett Center Student Union at NMSU. The student union features cushioned seating and tables perfect for group interaction, studying, or reading a book. There are seven private study rooms and three technology-equipped monitors available for students on the second floor. BCOM students can reserve the study rooms for up to 2 hours at a time.
How to check out a study room:
- Bring your NMSU Student ID (BCOM ID) to the Corbett Info Desk
- Request a study room.
- If there is a room available, read and sign a liability form
- Study for up to 2 hours
- When you’re finished, the room and equipment is reviewed by the staff.
- If its approved, NMSU staff will return your ID
-A flat screen TV, Aux cord, HDMI and VGA connectors are located in all rooms.
For Hours and Information:
Zuhl Library contains quiet, general, and group study areas.
Quiet study areas: (signs are posted in these areas)
Zuhl Library – the north side of the 3rd floor, the south side of the 2nd floor.
General study areas:
Comfortable chairs, large tables, and group and individual spaces are available in multiple areas and floors at Zuhl Library.
Zuhl Library Group Study Rooms
Zuhl Library has 7 group study rooms, including specialty rooms that are technology enabled:
Two Collaboration Rooms with plug-ins for lap-tops or other devices and a large screen monitor.
One Presentation/Practice Room with a lectern, computer and large screen monitor.
Rooms 250 A,B,F & G are not locked and are available on a first-come, first-served basis unless they have been reserved. These rooms may only be reserved by NMSU Students. BCOM students and other public walk-in users may be asked to vacate the room if the room has been reserved by an NMSU student.
For Hours and Information:
Comfortable chairs, large tables, and group and individual spaces are available in multiple areas and floors at Branson Library
La Vista Learning Center is a 10,000 square foot academic area located on the second floor of Garcia Hall. This area was built to provide a comfortable and inviting area to study individually or in a group setting. La Vista Learning Center offers wireless internet, study space, group meeting space, programing space, and two “smart” academic classrooms with seating for 50 computer clusters.
For Hours and Information:
Print Stations on NMSU Campus:
Print stations are located in Corbett Center, Zuhl, and Branson Library. BCOM students are allocated $20 printing credit at NMSU each semester.
The cost of printing in the computer labs using Aggie Print:
-Black and White: $0.10 one-sided, $0.15 double-sided, Color: $0.50 one-sided, $0.75 double-sided
Access to Wifi at NMSU:
Study Spaces at Florida Tech
Evans Library: https://lib.fit.edu/
Evans Library, which serves both the campus and online community through a variety of research and instructional services, offers direct access to a world of information. It includes the Digital Scholarship Lab and hundreds of thousands of books, government documents and technical journals.
Burrell students have access to utilize student space and check out materials from Florida Tech Libraries.
The Burrell Medical Library will provide a core physical collection of textbooks and other titles relevant to the curriculum on reserve and available for medical students to check out at the Evans Library.