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Study @ Davis Memorial Library
Visitors to the library will find a wide arrange of facilties catering to the different needs of its users. Large tables, lounge seating, individual carrels, and group discussion rooms all form the Library's offerings for study accomodations.

There are several group and single use study rooms located in the Davis Memorial Library, in both the North and South wings, available for walk-in patron usage. Advance bookings for a specific time and date for the group student/conference rooms can be made at the Circulation Desk, or by calling 630-7645. Priority usage is given to groups that have a prior booking. The group study/conference rooms are not available for regularly occurring meetings.

Individual Study Rooms

Individual study rooms can be found in several locations around the Davis Memorial Library. Both the Second Floor, South Wing and the Mezzanine, North Wing contain individual study rooms. These study rooms are designed for a single occupant and have a desk and a chair for quiet study. Study rooms in the South Wing can connect to the campus computer network

Study Carrels

Study carrels (individual desks) are located in most areas on the Main Floor, in both the North and South building. Many carrels in the South building have their own lighting and the ability to connect to the campus computer network.

Group Discussion Rooms

Upstairs, in the South Wing, there are three group discussion rooms. These rooms contain a blackboard, electricity, and campus computer network connections.

In general, groups have priority for using these rooms. Individuals are requested to use the individual study rooms. A group can reserve one of these rooms (A, B, or C) for a specific date and time at the Circulation Desk or call 630-7645.

Lounge Seating

Lounge seating provides a comfortable seat for library users to browse the newspapers and journals, study quietly, or gather with study companions. The Journal Reading Area on the Main Floor, North Wing provides casual seating by the latest newspapers and journals overlooking the main quad. Upstairs, in the South Wing, library patrons will find two groupings of lounge seating across from the Library's Special Collections Room.

Casual study area

Quiet Study

The north-east and west side of the North Wing are designated as quiet study areas.