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Study Rooms

There are seven group study rooms located in the library: three on the second (main) level and four on the third (upper) level. All study rooms on the main and upper levels will accommodate up to four people; study room 308 on the upper level is larger and will accommodate up to eight people. The library's wireless network is accessible from all the group study rooms. All study rooms have white boards. You may check out dry eraser markers and erasers at the circulation desk.

General Policies

  • All eight group study rooms can be reserved online here.
  • After 4:00pm, rooms for groups of three (3) or more can be reserved in two-hour blocks, no more than two times a week.
  • Prior to 4:00pm, individual students or pairs can reserve the room.
  • Reservations can be made online up to six hours in advance. You will receive an email stating whether your reservation has been approved or rejected.
  • On the day of the reservation, if the study room is needed for longer than two hours, and has not already been reserved by another student or group, additional time may be approved by circulation supervisors.
  • Single users in a group study room will be asked to vacate the room for groups of 2 or more studying together.
  • Personal materials and library books may NOT be left unattended in the group study rooms while in class, for extended periods of time, or overnight.
  • Materials and personal items left unattended for extended periods of time will be removed. Library books that are not checked out will be returned to the stacks.
  • The Library staff is not responsible for personal items left unattended in group study rooms.

Last updated 2018

Study Rooms on the 1st Floor

Study Room 103 A

Study Room 103 B

Study Room 103 E 

Study Rooms on the Main Floor


  Study Room 205 & 206 have the same configuration.


Image of room 209


Study Room 212










Image of room 210


Study Room 213

The Helen Hughes Andersen Study Room 
Amanda (Andersen), David R., and D.H. McNabb '02

This room is dedicated to Helen Hughes Andersen (1907-1995) by her daughter, son-in-law, and grandson.




 Seminar Room 215


 Seminar Room 217

Study Rooms on the 3rd Floor

Image of room 306

Rooms 312, 313, 314, & 315 have the same configuration.








Room 309

This room is named in honor of J.Keller Whitaker.