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About the Library: Meeting and Study Areas

Meeting and Study Areas

Group Study
The second floor of the library is an area where socialization is welcome. There are large tables and plenty of seating for group collaboration.

Silent Study
The first floor of the library is a silent study zone, equipped with comfortable chairs and study carrels. Conversations are not allowed on this floor to ensure that students have a quiet area on campus for study.

Schroeder Conference Room
The Schroeder Room is an excellent location for faculty meetings, thesis defenses, and group gatherings. The room is configured in a rectangular horseshoe pattern which can seat 20 people around its perimeter. To reserve the Schroeder Room, please use the online Room Scheduler.

Library Study Rooms

There are seven study rooms located on the second floor. Each study room has electrical outlets and network access points to accommodate laptops. These rooms may be reserved.

Use of library study rooms must comply with the Library Study Room Rules of Use.

Study rooms – L208, L210, L212

  • Includes a table, chairs and a chalkboard
  • Designed to accommodate 2-4 students.

Collaboration rooms – L207, L209, L211, L213

  • Include a large conference table, and two large-screen digital display panels.
  • Designed to accommodate up to 8 students.