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This guide is designed to help you as you prepare for the AART exam. Use the drop down menus on this tab to navigate through the guide and see lists of the library's test preparation books, other resources, and information about the exam.
Welcome to the AART Preparation research guide. The suggested resources in this guide are to help you prepare for the AART licensure exams. To access all library resources, go to the SBU Libraries website (opens in new tab).
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Reserve a Study Room
Need to reserve a study room? Use the link below to reserve a study room on the Springfield Campus. Please make sure you are familiar with the Study Room Policies before reserving a room.
Study rooms may be used by: SBU Students, SBU Faculty, SBU Staff, or Springfield Campus Library Guest Patrons.
Occupancy: Maximum Occupancy is determined by the room size. Maximum Time Period is 2 hours.
Using the Study rooms: Reservation is compulsory. Individuals must relinquish to a group if all other rooms are in use. Guest patrons must relinquish to SBU faculty, students, or staff.
Reserving study rooms:
Groups may reserve study rooms up to two weeks in advance
Groups who do not show up within 15 minutes of their reserved time forfeit the reservation
Exception: Students with identified special need should contact library staff for assistance.