1. Who can use the study rooms? Study rooms are for student use. Priority is given to groups of two or more. Individuals may be asked to move to another area. Study rooms are available on a first-come, first-served basis unless reserved.
2. How can students reserve a study room? A reservation can be made online using the link below. Reservations may also be made in person using the tablet and stylus on the wall outside each study room, or by accessing the reservation system using a mobile device and the QR code that is posted outside each room.
3. May I eat in a study room? Light snacks and covered drinks may be brought into a study room. However, no food or drink is allowed near computers or other electronic equipment. Please discard all food wrappers in the garbage and return food trays to the Hub.
4. May I leave my belongings in the study room if I have to leave briefly? For security and usage reasons, items should not be left unattended. Library staff may remove items left for more than 15 minutes and turn them in to Lost and Found. The WCTC Library is not responsible for items left in the study rooms.
Library Information Desk
Director of Library Services
Amy Manion, 262-695-3459
Interlibrary Loan/Overdue Accounts
Interlibrary Loan Request Form
Cheryl Little, 262-695-3480
Mary Baker, 262-695-3482
Jennifer Brooks, 262-691-5539
Laurette Alburg, 262-691-5297