Effective: June, 2012
TYPE OF STUDY SPACE
WHO IS ELIGIBLE
Group Study Rooms
Term: 2 Hours.
Drew Students and Drew Faculty:
Day Carrels in the Baldwin Room (Unassigned E-Level Closet Carrels may be converted into Day Carrels as conditions warrant).
Term: 1 Day.
PhD degree candidates who have completed course work and language exams.
E-Level Closet Carrels
PhD, DLitt, or DMH degree candidates who have a prospectus signed by their Committee AND who are working on a dissertation.
Term: 1 Day
Drew Students and Drew Faculty
Term: 6 months
Dissertation and Thesis Candidates in the PhD, DLitt, DMH, MA, MMH, and MLitt programs who are not eligible for a carrel assignment or who are waiting for an assignment. All Caspersen and Theological School students, commuting students in any school, faculty on sabbatical, and CLA-BA Honors students become eligible on October 15th each year.
*Maximum Carrel Terms: PhD candidates who have completed course work and language exams are eligible for carrels for a three-year period or for several periods of time that add up to 36 months. DLitt and DMH candidates who have completed course work are eligible for carrels for a one-and-one-half-year period or for periods of time that add up to 18 months. *The 3 and 1 ½ year periods apply to any COMBINED use of Baldwin and E-Level Closet carrels. Therefore, the maximum length of time that any doctoral candidate may have ANY assigned carrel is 3 or 1 ½ years, depending on the degree being pursued. There are no renewals.*
*MAXIMUM TERM LIMITS CURRENTLY SUSPENDED: Assignees who meet the minimum usage requirements may be allowed to retain their assignments even if they have exceeded their 36- or 18-month term limit cap.
Renewals of locker assignments may be granted upon assignee request when the current term expires. Renewal applicants must still be academically eligible, must have met the minimum usage requirements during the current and/or prior semester or year, and must not have committed serious policy infractions to be eligible for renewal.
Appeals for exceptions may be directed to the University Librarian.