Group Study Rooms

What are study rooms? 
Study rooms are student-use areas that offer quiet and comfortable space for serious study sessions and semi-private virtual meetings.  Rooms may be reserved for groups of 1-6 users.  Each room has a table, 6 chairs, a WePresent display, and a dry-erase board with markers and an eraser.  Disinfecting wipes are available in each room.  There are 4 study rooms located in the Bagwell Education Building, including room numbers 124, 125, 417, and 418.

How do I get in? 
Reservations are made by calling or visiting the Teacher Resource and Activity Corner (TRAC) at 470-578-6420, located in KH-2001.  Reservations are typically two hours, but extensions will be allowed if the room is still available at the end of a reservation period.  The person who makes the reservation will present their valid KSU ID card and pick up an access card from the TRAC front desk in KH-2001 at the reservation start time.  Only current KSU students may reserve study rooms.

Basic Room Rules:

  • KSU students only
  • Maximum room capacity: 6 students
  • Study/school-related activities only
  • No food, children, or sleeping
  • No watching TV, playing music, or making excessive noise
  • No blocking doors or covering windows

Call or visit TRAC to ask questions and report problems.