The library offers an assortment of spaces to meet the varying needs of students using the facility for studying. Whether you need space for quiet, individual work or collaborative group study, there’s a place for you in College Library. With service to undergraduate students as a primary focus, the library includes the Open Book Café, innovative digital-media and active learning classroom spaces, computer lab, and 24-hour service five nights a week during the regular semester sessions. Several student academic services provide drop-in assistance in the library as well.
Many spaces in the library are multi-purpose and support regularly scheduled classes or services during certain hours and become open study spaces at all other times. Consult Today in College Library (TICL) for current schedules.
These open areas are for people who want to study together. Conversations are permitted.
These areas are for quiet study. Please lower your voice and keep your conversation brief.
Please do not talk in the silent study area which is located in the south half of Room 3191 (closest to Observatory Drive).
If other students are not following these policies, please contact the staff at the first floor Information Desk.
You may reserve these small group study rooms for four hours a week by using the online group study room reservations system. If you have questions about the spaces or reservations, or if you have the need to reserve a space throughout a semester, or beyond the standard two-week window, contact us.
See the College Library Floor Plans for more information.