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Study Spaces and Requested Materials

Study spaces

The Libraries has increased on-site, in-building access in University and Deering libraries, with a return to open stacks and appointment-free building access for faculty, students, post docs and staff. The North Study Lounge and Classroom 2210 on the second floor of Mudd Library are open for walk-in, individual study with an active Wildcard at any hour, 24/7.

Furniture has been placed to aid in safety and social distancing. Please do not move rearrange desks or chairs.

University and Deering Libraries

See the buildings' hours of operation.

Use your WildCard to swipe in at the turnstile in University Library and Deering Library. Anyone who is unvaccinated is required to wear a mask.

Quiet study

Quiet study is encouraged in the following locations:

  • Periodicals
  • Core (2N)

Conferencing study space

Seats are available in the Information Commons for use by students and faculty using video conferencing apps, such as Zoom, on their own devices. Please bring your own headphones. If you need to use a library computer, please see below.

Computers, printing, and scanning

Software available on library computers can be viewed here. Seats are available for computer use in the library in the following locations:

  • Information commons (PCs)
  • Information commons (Macs)
  • Periodicals (Mac Music Workstations)

Printing in the library is also available. See remote printing instructions here.

An overhead scanner for scanning large or fragile books is available in Periodicals. Scanned files can be sent to email or saved to USB Drive.

To access computers remotely, please see Remote PC Access.

Receptions, events, and meetings

The Libraries are currently not accepting event space requests.