Collaborative Group Work Room (CGWR) Booking
IMPORTANT: Please read the following CGWR guidelines before booking!
CGWRs are for quiet discussion and for study purposes. CGWRs should not be used as a substitute for classrooms and/or as an event space.
The SLC reserves the right to revoke bookings in violation of the CGWR policy, Toronto Metropolitan University’s Student Code of Conduct and/or SLC policies. Any breach may result in booking privileges being suspended.
To access our online booking platform (Skedda) use your my.torontomu login information.
- CGWRs can only be booked by graduate and undergraduate students currently enrolled in courses at Toronto Metropolitan University. Staff, faculty, and instructors are NOT eligible to book CGWRs.
- All eligible students have a standard 35 hours per week (maximum of 5 hours/day)
- Each individual booking is limited up to 2 hours. You may book consecutive bookings.
- Rooms may be booked up to 2 weeks in advance.
- You must claim your CGWR within the first 30 minutes of the booking. If you are more than 30 minutes late, you forfeit your CGWR reservation and your room may be taken by other eligible users.
- Students may study in empty CGWRs until someone with a valid booking arrives.
- Furniture should not be moved or relocated.
- Each CGWR has a capacity limit. Please refer to your booking details and the in-person signage in front of the CGWR for the specific capacity limit.
- CGWRs are a shared resource. Please respect the space and keep them tidy.
- Be considerate of people in the other CGWRs and the surrounding area by restraining the noise level in your room. This especially applies to CGWRs located on the 7th floor which is the designated quiet and silent study floor.
Desks will be first-come, first-serve. CGWRs will continue to be bookable spaces.
Everyone entering the SLC will need:
- Your university OneCard
* Although masking will no longer be a requirement of attendance on campus, the university strongly recommends that all staff, students, faculty, visitors and contractors continue to wear a mask or face covering while indoors to limit the transmission of COVID-19. The university continues to actively monitor the impact of COVID-19 in our city and province. We will be nimble in responding to changes, and in planning for the future. The university may need to reinstate COVID-19 protocol, such as requirements for vaccinations, masking, and physical distancing should public health indicators change.
Please do your part to keep the SLC a safe space for everyone.
If you have any questions or accessibility concerns regarding accessing the SLC, please email email@example.com.
The booking system collects only the minimum amount of information from users necessary to book a room. This information is stored on a secure site, and will not be used for any other purpose.