Group and Solo Study Spaces
Group study rooms are simple, enclosed meeting spaces seating up to 10 in the Richardson and Loop libraries. Reservable by current students, staff and faculty.
Group work tables seat from 6 to 8 people and exist in open areas of the Richardson Library. Powered by media:scape technology, the tables allow users plug in computers and other devices and share content on single or double screens. Reservable by current students, staff and faculty.
Solo Booths can be booked for private phone conversations, video conferencing, or quiet contemplation.
Reserve a group study room, work table, or solo booth
Reserve a group study room or solo booth
Meeting and Conference Rooms
Note that technology in Library Meeting and Conference Rooms is supported by IS Classroom Support. Near each room's podium is a wall-mounted phone with their office on speed dial, and IS staff should be able to arrive within 15 minutes.
This Zoom+ room is reserved for library instruction and library events. Limited booking may be available to faculty and staff for campus events and other purposes. Reservable by current faculty and staff only.
This is a small group meeting room seating 12 with resident computer, laptop plug in, and digital panel for group presentation. Also includes white board and fabric pin walls for brainstorming and display of non-digital content. Reservable by current faculty and staff only.
A community event, teaching, and workshop space. It seats up to 30 people and tables may be reconfigured. Reservable by current faculty and staff only.
JTR300 Aspasia LeCompte Room
A large room with projector screen and PC. Reservable by student organizations, staff and faculty. (Not reservable for student study groups)
Reserve JTR 300 Aspasia LeCompte Room
JTR400 Dorothy Day Room
A large room without any technology for presentations (will be available soon.) Reservable by student organizations, staff and faculty. (Not reservable for student study groups)
Reserve JTR 400 Dorothy Day Room