In the Media Center on the main floor, there are individual carrels as well as five private viewing rooms all equipped for listening to and viewing materials from the media collections.
Viewing rooms can be accessed with a Lawrence ID card and can be reserved by signing up on the clipboard located on the door of each room.
Please keep in mind that there is a two and a half hour limit for each session.
There are two group study rooms on the second and third floors. The group study room on the second floor has a large screen monitor for group viewing or for practicing presentations. These rooms can be accessed with a Lawrence ID card and can be reserved by signing up on the clipboard located on the door of each room.
The portable white boards on the first and second floors can be moved to accommodate your group or individual study needs. Folding white boards can be checked out from the circulation desk.
The library offers nine individual student offices (six on fourth floor and three on second floor) that are assigned to students on a term-by-term basis. Preference is given to seniors working on honors projects and then to students whose research depends heavily on library materials. If you are interested in applying for an office, submit the Student Office Request Form.
These maps will help you find where on each floor study spaces are located. Study hard!
Please note that the upper floors in the library are meant for quiet study and your courtesy is appreciated.
The seminar room on the fourth floor (room 401), the ITC computer lab on the second floor, as well as the Lincoln Room and Milwaukee-Downer Room on the first floor can be reserved through the university's Room Reservation Application.
Room 401 is available only for administrative or academic functions, with classes getting priority. Student study groups may be allowed when there is a library staff person on duty and there are no previous reservations on the room.
The Milwaukee-Downer and Lincoln Rooms are available for academic or administrative functions on an occasional (i.e., not regularly-scheduled) basis. If these two areas are not otherwise in use, they are available for individual or group study on a first-come first-served basis.