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The libraries provide a diverse range of study spaces. This page describes general information about tables, carrels, and other workspaces throughout the libraries.

For more specific information about a study space, including photos, noise levels, and location, or to make a room reservation see our New Spaces Listing.

By Location: Willis Library | Eagle Commons Library | Discovery Park Library | Media Library | Library Annex

General Information

The following is true of most study spaces:

Please see the individual floor maps for numbers and placement of tables, outlets, etc.

Also see: Services for Persons with Disabilities

  Willis Library

Lower Level

This floor is the designated quiet area of the library. Due to this designation there is no group study on this floor.

First Floor

The first floor of Willis is the main entrance of the library and contains the largest number of workstations and group seating options as well as the Willis Library Services Desk and the 24 Hour Student Computing Commons. It is divided between two general areas, a technology-rich side and spaces optimized for groups or individual study.

SecondThird & Fourth Floors

Mixed use study and collections spaces. The second floor contains a number of enclosed study rooms, while the third and fourth floor contain several larger rooms for classes and groups and are generally quieter than the first and second floors.

  Eagle Commons Library

Mixed use study and collections space with causal seating, and individual study carrels. View a Listing of Rooms available for Reservation in the ECL, or learn more about the services offered in the Collaboration and Learning Commons.

  Discovery Park Library

  Media Library

Library Annex