Use the Libraries' light-filled and friendly study, research, technology, and collaborative spaces as your favorite campus destination.

First Floor

Circulation Desk - course reserves, guest accounts, check out books, account questions

Find popular reading, games, weekly news magazines

Starbucks Cafe

Study Options: Great for large groups and vigorous discussion. Contains white walls and white boards, large tables, lounge chairs.

Second Floor

Information Desk - research help, library holdings, database search strategies

Student Technology Assistance Center (STAC) - create media

Find reference books, print journals, scores, and newspapers.

Study Options: Great for small groups and moderate-level conversations. Study Coach area for tutoring sessions.

Glass Study Cubes. Contains a mix of two and four person tables with lots of seating options.

Reservable rooms: presentation practice room, small group study room, e-learning studio, the pod.

Third Floor

Find books.

Study Options: Includes a quiet study area, and a quiet study room. Please no discussion in these areas. Contains many single study carrels and some tables with straight back chairs and a few lounge chairs.

Fourth Floor

Special Collections & Archives Reading Room - primary source materials.

Find archives, children's literature, and Chinese books.

Study Options: Good place for low level but not loud discussion. Contains many four person tables with some smaller carrels and plastic adjustable chairs.