Library Rooms and Reservations
Library Room Descriptions
Several rooms in the CST Library are set aside for non-instructional academic use. Please note that all rooms are only accessible when the library is open. See the library's schedule here. In the interest of keeping these rooms clean, please avoid eating or drinking in them, except for water from a closed container.
See the following descriptions of each room and choose the one that best suits your purpose:
Moore Multicultural Center. This large space on the second floor is a flex-use study and meeting space with lots of chairs and tables. It includes a room with doors that can be closed during group meetings. This room does not require a reservation and can be used by anyone.
Small Seminar Room. This small room (seating up to eight people) on the second floor can only be used by CST/Bayan students, staff, and faculty who have made a reservation. It has a large screen tv and wireless blu-ray/DVD player with subscriptions to Netflix and Amazon Prime for watching videos of academic interest.
Trever Room. This mid-sized room (seating up to fifteen people) can only be used by CST/Bayan students, staff, and faculty who have made a reservation. Ideal for meetings, the room is decorated with artifacts related to John Trever and the Dead Sea Scrolls. It also has a nice view of the quad.
The Atrium. This is an outside area that can be used to host receptions that involve food and/or drinks. Tables and chairs are already set up outside for use and work orders can be put in to have the area cleaned out before use.
Library Room Reservations
To request a reservation more than 24 hours in advance, use CST's EMS (Event Management System) to place the request. Please include in the reservation request a brief explanation of the academic nature and purpose of the event.
For reservations less than 24 hours in advance, see someone at the Circulation or Reference desk.
Please note that, with certain exceptions, students can only reserve the Small Seminar Room or Trever Room for a maximum of four hours per week.