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Evansville 3.0: Study Rooms

Library Study Rooms

The library has three study rooms.  All three rooms have at least one computer.  Rooms two and three have adjustable computer stations and all three have a table that will seat 6, though there may be restrictions on how many are allowed in a room at a time.  Each room also has a whiteboard.  Webcams, microphones, headphones, and dry erase markers are available for check out at the front desk.       

The study rooms are to be used for virtual classes or group study.  The rooms are available on a first come, first served basis.  Individuals that are using a room for solo studying may be asked to give up the room for students needing to take proctored tests, a virtual class, or for groups. 

The study rooms are kept locked.  Please check in with front desk staff to have a room unlocked.   

When using the rooms please observe the following rules and courtesies:   

  1. Masks are required if there are two or more people in a room.  If masks are not worn library staff will require you to give up the room. 
  2. No food or snacks are allowed in the room. Patrons with food or snacks will be asked to leave the room.   
  3. Drinks are permitted.  Notify staff in case of any spills.   
  4. Do not leave items unattended in the study rooms.  Unattended items will be removed from the rooms and given to Security.  Items will be considered unattended if there is no one in the room for more than 15 minutes.   
  5. The rooms are not soundproof.  Please keep voices down and if you need to watch a video, please consider using headphones.