The library's first floor is home to the general study area. Students can work individually or with small groups at two- or six-person tables. In the interest of those studying near you, we ask you to speak quietly.
Four group study rooms, for up to 10 people each, are available for a minimum of three people. These rooms may be reserved in advance.
One of our group study rooms offers additional media equipment which include a DVD player and VCR.
Our silent study area is located on the second floor of the library. This area offers study carrels and open seating for 200 students. We ask that students refrain from talking while studying on the second floor.
45 computers including three Macs and two scanners are available in the library computer lab.
A group of research computers are located on the first floor of the library.
The Library offers a dedicated space for mindfulness practice. Mindfulness is a state of active, open attention to the present moment, observing thoughts and feelings without judgment and letting them pass through you with greater ease.