Rooms to Reserve & Policies

Small group Study rooms (101-104, 106, 108, 109, 111-115) 


Room 240 

  • Room 240 can seat 14 persons around a large conference table.  Six additional chairs are also available in the room.
  • Equipment:
    • Free-standing whiteboard
    • A portable projector for use with the in-room projection screen may be requested
  • To request use of this room, please 608-262-1371 or fill out this form
  • Click the images below for a larger view | Room location

240-1-300 240-2-300

Room 340 

  • Room 340 will be undergoing some renovation very soon, however, the exact start date is not known.  In order to avoid any conflicts, it may only be used the same day, when available, by speaking with library staff directly.  Visit the service desk or call 262-1371 to check on availability.  Advanced reservations are not possible at this time. 
  • Room 340 can seat up to 30 comfortably. Chairs (with optional desk surface) and tables may be arranged to suit needs.
  • Equipment :
    • Dual-boot Windows/Mac computer with Internet and Microsoft Office – requires UW-Madison NetID
    • Crestron AirMedia for wireless projection from laptops
    • Computer speakers
    • Ceiling-mounted projection system
    • Chalkboard
    • Free-standing whiteboard
  • To request use of this room for the same day, please call 608-262-1371 or visit the service desk.
  • Click the images below for a larger view | Room location

340-1-300 340-2-300

Room 105

  • Room 105 is a hands-on computer classroom.  It has 26 student workstations and an instructor workstation with projection.  It also has a small group meeting space with large monitor.
  • It is scheduled by Steenbock staff primarily for library instruction.
  • To inquire about the possible use of this space, please fill out this form.


  • The BioCommons is located in the lower level of Steenbock Library and open during library hours.
  • All students are invited to enjoy the space when events are not underway!
  • Students, staff and faculty are welcome to reserve space in the BioCommons.

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