Room Reservation Procedures

Classrooms for student study can only be reserved in person on the same day (no advance reservations) during regular office hours (currently 8:00am-5:00pm) in UGME, Room 151 CMW.  Reservations are on a first come, first served basis, and are subject to change by UGME.  Students are encouraged to study in groups in order to maximize study space.  Please consult the Student Room Use Agreement and Room Capacity and AV Capability on the UGME web site prior to making a reservation.

Student organizations and peer educators are allowed to reserve rooms in advance.  If a reservation is needed within less than a week, walk-in or phone reservations are permitted.  If a reservation is for more than one week in advance, email requests to UGME@uic.edu are required.  Please include your cell phone number, organization name, date, start/end times, and specific room choice or space requirements in your e-mail request. 

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Study room availability is outlined in the chart below.  Only the 2nd floor Quiet Study Room and the 4th floor Student Lounge do not require reservations, however there will be occasions when the Quiet Study Room will be utilized for M3/M4 classes or special events.  The 3rd floor Private Study rooms may be reserved 24 hours in advance with a 4 hour maximum limit per reservation via a sign-up board posted at the suite’s front entrance.

IMPORTANT NOTE:  The card swipe system is deactivated outside of the hours listed below.  Please do not leave any belongings after hours as you will be locked out and not be able to re-enter.  Do not prop doors open after 7:00pm.  It will trigger a silent alarm indicating a security breach and campus Police will respond.

 

Student Study Room Availability

Room Type

Room

7:00am-7:00pm

7:00pm-12:00am

12:00am-7:00am

Classroom

219 CMWT

Yes

No*

No*

Quiet Study

220 CMWT

Yes

No*

No*

Classroom

221 CMWT

Yes

No*

No*

Classroom

222 CMWT

Yes

No*

No*

Classroom

224 CMWT

Yes

No*

No*

Classroom

226 CMWT

Yes

No*

No*

Classroom

228 CMWT

Yes

No*

No*

Private Study

310 A-K CMWT

Yes

Yes

No*

Classroom

311 CMWT

Yes

Yes

No*

Classroom

312 CMWT

Yes

Yes

No*

Classroom

313 CMWT

Yes

Yes

No*

Classroom

314 CMWT

Yes

Yes

No*

Classroom

316 CMWT

Yes

Yes

No*

Classroom

318 CMWT

Yes

Yes

No*

Lounge/Kitchenette

420 CMWT

Yes

Yes

No*

Classroom

421 CMWT

Yes

No*

No*

Classroom

423 CMWT

Yes

No*

No*

Classroom

424 CMWT

Yes

No*

No*

Classroom

426 CMWT

Yes

No*

No*

Classroom

428 CMWT

Yes

No*

No*

Classroom

430 CMWT

Yes

No*

No*

Lounge/Kitchenette

Edelstone

Yes

Yes

Yes

 

 

 

 

 

*Student card swipe access is deactivated during this time.

*Do not prop doors open after 7pm.  It will trigger a silent alarm indicating a security breach and campus police will respond with a patrol to the area. 


In an email request for rooms, please include your cell phone number, organization name, date, start/end times, and specific room choice or space requirements in your e-mail request.  Click here for Student Room Use Agreement.


Priorities for room use are as follows:

1) the regular classes of the College;
2) functions of the Office of the Dean, including committee and staff meetings;
3) functions of other departments in the College;
4) meetings of student organizations;
5) student study space;
6) functions of other colleges of the University;
7) outside use.

Study rooms are intended for use by College of Medicine students only.  Campus Police will be contacted to report the presence of non-medical students occupying these rooms. Disciplinary action will be taken, with the possibility of arrest.   College of Medicine students should report unauthorized use of rooms, or suspicious behavior of any kind to Campus Police at 312-996-2830.

The Faculty, Student and Alumni Lounge (119L) is also available for COM student study when not in use during regular business hours, but cannot be reserved for this purpose.

Students should also consider using the Library of the Health Sciences or the Richard J. Daley Library for studying.