Looking for a place to study? The library has several areas suitable for individual and group study spaces.
The Active Learning Center (ALC) on the first floor is available for both group and individual study sessions when not occupied by a class.
Two quiet study group rooms equipped with computers are located on the east and west sides of the Active Learning Center. The Watson Room, located inside the Active Learning Center, is available for group study.
The glassed in area across from the Circulation desk on 1st floor is also a great place for groups to meet and connects to the lounge equipped with vending machines, a filtered water dispenser for both cold and hot water, a microwave, and tables and chairs for seating.
The Silent Study East room is equipped with 10 study carrels with computers and a printing kiosk. The computers in this area have SAS and SPSS installed. This is truly a silent study and workspace.
All of the above areas are available for students and residents after-hours to create a comfortable and safe place to study. See more about After-Hours Access.
The main lobby of the Library on 1st floor also has sofas, easy chairs, and ottomans.
The 2nd floor of the library has two conference rooms equipped with Smart Board technology. These rooms may be reserved for peer tutoring groups or by faculty members leading small groups. The rooms are open for use when not reserved.
Rooms for group study are available on the west side of 2nd and 3rd floors. Each room contains a white board and enough space for a small group. These rooms are equipped with a large screen monitor that can be connected to a laptop via HDMI cable provided.
Carrels for independent study as well as tables and chairs are also available on the 2nd and 3rd floors of the Library.
On the south end of third floor is a large glassed in area for quiet study for individuals or small groups. There are five computers in this area and comfortable seating arrangements for relaxing.