Answered By: Jennifer Walz Last Updated: Apr 19, 2017 Views: 23
Study areas are spaced throughout the library for your use. Individual carrels are open; you do not have to make special arrangements for their use. If you wish to have your own personal space, students may have a carrel reserved for them for a semester by applying at the Circulation Desk. There are also individual study rooms on the upper level that are open and available on a first come, first served basis.
Thirteen group study rooms are available on the Upper Level. A key is required to access these rooms. Obtain the key at the Circulation Desk. Please make note of the room number to be reserved. An ID will be requested at the Circulation Desk in exchange for the room key. DO NOT leave the building with the room key. All study rooms have white boards. Markers and an eraser are available at the Circulation Desk. The study room should be clean upon return of the key to the Circulation Desk. Reservations can be made up to one week in advance. USE THE FARM BOYS ROOM for collaborative group study.
In all study areas, students are urged to be considerate of individuals' right to a quiet place to study and should refrain from talking and making noise, as much as possible. Those causing disruption will be asked to leave.