The library can help you study!
We are a quiet place to study, open longer than anywhere else on campus.
You can read books and magazines in the library. Students can check out up to 25 books to take home for three weeks.
Research guides point you at all sorts of useful things.
Study tables and carrels abound throughout the library. The reading room and Microgarden on the first floor have many study tables.
Reserve a study room online (University faculty, staff, and students only) for up to 2 hours/day.
Unreserved study rooms, as well as study rooms 2A and 3A, can be used on a first-come first-served basis. University use has priority over non-university use.
In the quiet study area on the third floor, no talking or cell phone use is allowed.
Meadows Gallery, or functions in the library lobby, must be reserved through the University calendar system.
Most computers in the library allow student printing -- check that your computer is printing to either the Corner B&W printer (black-and-white only) or the Microgarden printer (black-and-white or color). Copies are charged against your printing account, which is run by the IT department. You will need to see IT to add money to your printing account.
We are not currently providing printing services to community members.
Students and faculty can print from laptops or tablets with wireless connectivity.