Spaces & Equipment
Find your space
The Library is frequently used for classes, student groups, committee meetings, and individual or group study. Quiet areas and collaborative spaces are available. Popular spaces in the Library include:
- Classroom 102
- Classroom 202
- Reading Room
- Library 209 (which includes two group study rooms)
- Religion & Philosophy Room
- Reference Room
The classrooms are reserved by the registrar and can be requested using the Space Reservation Form. Inquires regarding all other Library spaces are handled by the Library Director, Beth Ruane. The library also houses the Writer’s Block, Experiential Learning and Global Engagement office, and the main computing lab on campus, with regularly scheduled tech support.
The library offers a variety of equipment including digital projectors, mp3 voice recorders, CD/DVD drives, and video conferencing equipment. See our Equipment Guide to learn more.