Use and Reservations

Many study rooms can be used freely if unoccupied, though advanced reservations are available for some spaces and encouraged for peak hours of the day.

Willis Library

Willis Library's 1st Floor is a popular study area with a mix of study tables, casual seating, mobile whiteboards, and computers available through the 24 commons. Also Available: 

Located on the 1st floor of Willis Library, the UNT Libraries' makerspace, The Factory promotes the cooperative and creative use of technology. The space is used to provide the UNT community with access to equipment, software, and training to promote innovative, cross-disciplinary learning.

  • Seats: 12-16
  • Amenities: Workshop seating, Fabrication workstations
  • Technology & Materials: Audio/visual equipment, Electronics, Programming, Prototyping, 3D Printing, Die & laser cutting, Sewing machines, Weaving looms, Hand/electric tools, and Reference materials.

Willis Library's 2nd Floor features group study rooms, study tables, casual seating, and 24 Commons computer workstations. On this Floor:

Located on the 2nd floor of Willis near the elevators, Library staff frequently use this room for meetings with UNT Faculty and Strategic Partners. This room can be reserved by UNT students during evening and weekend hours.

  • Seats: 14
  • Amenities: Staff/Teaching/Presenter station, Fixed seating, Whiteboard
  • Technology: PC, Wireless mouse/keyboard, Projector, Conference phone, Webcam for use with Panopto

Located on the 2nd floor of Willis Library, 250C is one of the Libraries' study rooms for use by students, faculty, and staff. This room is set up as a BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) room to study, present, collaborate, and share content wirelessly.

  • Seats: 16
  • Amenities: Open/mobile seating
  • Technology: TV/AirMedia

Located on the 2nd floor of Willis Library, 250J is one of the Libraries' study rooms for use by students, faculty, and staff. This room is set up as a BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) room to study, present, collaborate, and share content wirelessly.

  • Seats: 16
  • Amenities: Open/mobile seating
  • Technology: TV/AirMedia

Our general collection of books is located on Willis Library's 3rd Floor. This (sometimes) quiet floor has study tables, casual seating, and 24 Commons computer workstations.

Located on the 4th floor of Willis, the Sarah T. Hughes Reading Room regularly hosts exhibits offered by Special Collections. This is the primary space used to do research with physical items from the collections that are rare or fragile.

Located on the 4th floor of Willis Library, 429 is a small classroom used for presentations and group study. Faculty, staff, and students can reserve this classroom.

  • Seats: 14
  • Amenities: Staff/Teaching/Presenter station, Mobile seating
  • Technology: PC, Projector, HDMI/VGA, Microphone, Webcam for use with Panopto/Capture HD

Media Library

Located on the 1st floor of Chilton Hall, 111C is a screening classroom and the HTC Vive VR room. This room may be reserved for one-time use by instructors for screening media materials to their classes, by students as a study space, or to experience the HTC Vive.

  • Seats: 35
  • Amenities: Staff/Teaching/Presenter station, Open/mobile seating
  • Technology: Blu-Ray player, VHS player, LaserDisc player, PC, Projector, HDMI/VGA, Wireless mouse/keyboard, Webcam with mic, and HTC Vive

Located on the 1st floor of Chilton Hall, the Commons area of the Media Library contains space for viewing movies, playing tabletop games and using gaming stations. There are four viewing stations for movies, 16 gaming console stations and 6 gaming PCs in this area. Coming soon: The room may be reserved for one-time use by faculty for gaming, game design and instruction by contacting the Media Library. Reservations of the game stations can be made by students through the online reservation system.

  • Seats: 76 total
  • Amenities: Open/mobile seating
  • Technology: 1 VHS-to-digital transfer station, 3 VHS/DVD/Blu-ray viewing stations, 6 Dell Aurora VR-Capable gaming PCs, 16 console stations including Wii, Wii U, PS2, PS3, PS4, Xbox 360, Xbox One, and Retron 5, projector and screen

Located on the 1st floor of Chilton Hall, The Nest is an e-sports and game design space. The room may be reserved for one-time use by faculty for gaming, game design and instruction by contacting the Media Library at medialibrary@unt.edu. Students can reserve individual stations through the online reservation system.

  • Seats: 15 game stations and 4 moveable tables
  • Amenities: Open/mobile seating and tables, whiteboard
  • Technology: 15 Dell Aurora VR-Capable gaming PCs

Eagle Commons Library

Located on the main floor of the Eagle Commons Library, Sycamore Hall, CLC 110A is a small classroom used for presentations and group study. Faculty, staff, and students can reserve this classroom.

  • Seats: 14
  • Amenities: Staff/Teaching/Presenter station, Mobile seating, Whiteboard
  • Technology: PC, Projector, HDMI/VGA, Microphone, Webcam for use with Capture HD, Wireless mouse/keyboard

Located on the main floor of the Eagle Commons Library, Sycamore Hall, CLC 110B is a small classroom used for presentations and group study. Faculty, staff, and students can reserve this classroom.

  • Seats: 14
  • Amenities: Staff/Teaching/Presenter station, Mobile seating, Whiteboard
  • Technology: PC, Projector, HDMI/VGA, Microphone, Webcam for use with Capture HD, Wireless mouse/keyboard

Discovery Park Library

Discovery Park B135 is a collaborative and learning space for faculty, staff, and students. This room includes The Nest @ Discovery Park Library with five VR capable PCs and moveable tables for individual study or group work.  

The room may be reserved for one-time use by faculty for gaming, game design and instruction by contacting the Discovery Park Library at discoveryparklibrary@unt.edu. Students can reserve individual stations through the online reservation system.

  • Seats: 24
  • Amenities: Staff/Teaching/Presenter station, Open/mobile seating and tables, Whiteboard
  • Technology: Airmedia projector, 5 Dell Aurora VR-Capable gaming PCs