Student Study Rooms
Study rooms are located on the first, third, and fourth floors. These rooms are intended for groups of up to six students who wish to study together. Keys are checked out at the Circulation Desk on a first-come, first-served basis and may not be reserved in advance. Patrons are limited to one checkout of a study room per day for any individual or group. A number of rooms also have computers with basic Microsoft products available.
MultiPurpose Room 
The Multipurpose room is available for groups or individuals affiliated with the university who need a presentation practice area or a larger space for group work. The room is located on the 3rd floor and has a computer with all Microsoft Office products, a projector and a stereo receiver with speakers, a DVD/VCR and an Elmo. The room has 12 tables and will seat 30. The room can be booked or reserved in advance for up to a 3 hour session. If the room is not booked it is available on demand for a 2 hour check out with one 1 hour renewal option. Please note that the online booking form  requires a 24 hour processing period. If immediate booking is needed please call the Circulation desk at 273-2462.
Faculty and Emeritus Study Rooms 
Faculty study rooms are available on the third and fourth floors. Full time tenured or tenure-track instructional faculty members should contact the Dean's Office on the second floor to apply for a faculty study room or apply online . Applications for Emeritus study rooms may also be made in the Dean's Office.
Graduate Study Carrels
Located on the first floor, room 155 is furnished with built-in oversized carrels, each with a lockable compartment above the desk. These carrels are available only to graduate students. Carrels are normally assigned for no more than one semester. Renewal requests are considered, but priority will be given to those who have not previously had one. Use of the carrels is free, though a $25.00 lock replacement charge will be assessed for keys that are lost.
Note: Library material must be checked out before being stored in a carrel. Carrel assignments will be made on the understanding that a library employee will periodically search all carrels and remove library material that is not properly checked out.