Group study rooms are located on the 1st and 2nd floors of Hodges Library. They may be reserved a maximum of 2 hours per day. A valid UT email address is required to confirm your booking.
- Reserve a Room in the Pendergrass Library
- Reserve a Room in the DeVine Library
- Reserve a Room in the Hoskins Library
Practice Presentation Room 220-E has a SMART Podium, projector, and videoconferencing unit. Holds 30 people.
Martha L. King Room 220-C has an LCD panel and DVD-VCR combo. Holds 7 people.
Viewing rooms are for UT Faculty, Lecturers, or Graduate Teaching Assistants using media resources as part of a class session. Reservations on behalf of student groups must be made by the group’s faculty advisor.
Studio workstations are for UT students, faculty, and staff working on media based projects. Workstations include audio rooms, audio/video editing workstations, graphics workstations with scanners, and a small video/photo room. Your Volcard must be presented when checking in at the Studio desk in the Commons South.