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Individual Study Rooms

The library provides individual study rooms. Please find out more about our individual study rooms at the Circulation/Reserve Desk or call 336.285.4172


Group Study Rooms

The library provides group study rooms for users. Room 29 is the only study room on the lower level. Room 29 sits eight (8) people.  Rooms cannot be reserved. They operate on a "first-come" basis.

Room 132 on the main floor is a study room for a group of six (6) people.

To sign up for a study room, go to the Circulation Desk with your Banner Number and Aggie ID.


Collaboration/Group Study Rooms

Our three high-tech rooms are designed and equipped to enhance collaborative projects. These rooms are intended for use by groups.  Room 214 accommodates up to eight (8) people. Two groups can meet in this room at the same time with a maximum of four (4) people to a group. Rooms 215 & 256 accommodate up to ten (10) people (minimum 4 people). Rooms cannot be reserved. They operate on a "first-come" basis.



   Classrooms in the library:

  • The Seminar Room serves as a classroom and conference room. The Seminar Room is located on the second floor in Room 258 next to the elevator.
  • Room 14 is a classroom on the lower level next to the LRC.

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