Bookable Seats

Individual study seats are available for advanced booking by students. This is an unmediated, first-come first-serve service for Queen’s students. The limit has been increased to 80 hours across campus per month per student. 

Libraries

Stauffer Library

276 seats

Monday to Friday 

  • 8 am - noon
  • 1-5 pm
  • 6-10 pm

Saturday and Sunday

  • 10 am - 2 pm
  • 3-7 pm

Douglas Library

78 seats

Monday to Friday 

  • 8 am - noon
  • 1-5 pm
  • 6-10 pm

Education Library

13 seats

Monday to Friday 

  • 8 am - noon
  • 1-5 pm

Adaptive Technology Centre

Located within the Adaptive Technology Centre, 4 seats are available for students registered with QSAS.

Other bookable seats @ Queen's

Mackintosh-Corry Hall

In addition to the bookable seats in the library, students may now use our website to book additional spaces across campus. Students may currently book a seat in Mackintosh-Corry Hall, in classrooms that are limited to 10 students per room.

Please note, this service is run separately from the library. Please direct any questions to qsc@ams.queensu.ca.

56 seats

Monday to Friday 

  • 11 am – 8 pm

Usage of the space

  • Safety protocols and other information will be sent via email upon booking. Please read this carefully before attending.
  • Face coverings  are required  and physical distancing guidelines will be in effect.
  • Supplies will be provided for students to wipe down their spaces before and after use.
  • Seating configurations will be fixed (furniture must not be moved).
  • No food or drink, except water bottles.
  • Upon arrival, all facility users will need to follow three easy steps for entry, using your mobile device:
    • Show your reservation confirmation.
    • Show your completed daily Queen's SeQure app COVID self-assessment verification (preferred). You can also complete a wellness check upon arrival.
    • Show your Queen's Student Card.
  • Please see our Use of Bookable Seats page for more information.

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