HSLIC has an automated process to reserve group and individual study rooms in the library. These rooms are not locked and may be used without reservations, but those with reservations have priority. See below for terms and conditions for use.
If you are a student with an HSC NetID (i.e., an @salud.unm.edu email address), reserve a group study room quickly and receive an immediate, automated confirmation.
If you are a UNM student enrolled in an HSC class but you do not have an HSC NetID, you can reserve a study room manually by completing and submitting the request form. This process requires an exchange of emails with library staff to confirm your request and may take as long as 24 hours to confirm.
Students may now reserve room 223, the New Mexico Health Historical Collection Room. This room, adjacent to the HSLIC public computing area, features a touch-screen monitor and table seating for eight.
HSC students and faculty may reserve one of the five individual study rooms on the fourth floor. Reserve an individual study room and receive automated confirmation.
Terms and Conditions for Use
Group study rooms may be reserved up to four weeks in advance. You may reserve an available room any time prior to the expiration of the period. There is no longer a 24-hour advance booking requirement.
One student may reserve up to six 30-minute periods per day for a maximum of three hours. The requested periods must be contiguous. Other students in the same study group may also reserve adjacent blocks. Rooms should be vacated approximately 15 minutes prior to the library closing.
Please cancel reservations at least one hour prior to the start of the reservation so other students may use these rooms.
If a room is not reserved, it may be used on an as-available basis until someone with a confirmed reservation arrives.
Note: The study rooms are not locked. You are responsible for the security of your belongings. Do not leave valuables unattended in the study rooms.