Group Study Rooms
The University Libraries has reservable study rooms and first-come, first served rooms available in both the Mary Idema Pew Library and Steelcase Library.
How Room Reservations Work
Our study rooms can be reserved up to 10 days in advance online or at time of need using the touch screen outside each room. You can make up to three (3) hour-long reservations each day. Empty and available rooms can be used, but be sure to reserve the room to prevent another person from reserving it.
You must arrive within 15 minutes of your reservation, or the room will be available to others.
Looking for quiet place to study?
Mary Idema Pew: Try the Reading Rooms on the 3rd or 4th floor or the quiet spaces around the book stacks.
Steelcase: Try the Reading Room for an intimate, quiet study environment.
Conference-Style Study Room
These rooms include a large table, a whiteboard, and are equipped with a 46" flat-panel display and a digital camera with microphone.
- Mary I: 2nd Floor, Rooms 202, 203, & 205
- Mary I: 3rd Floor, Rooms 302, 304, & 305
- Mary I: 4th Floor, Rooms 404 & 405
Knowledge Market Consultation Room
Located in the Knowledge Market, this room is reservable outside regular Knowledge Market hours.
Mary I: First floor, Room 135
Lounge-style Study Rooms
These rooms offer a whiteboard and are equipped with a 46" flat-panel display and a digital camera with microphone.
- Mary I: 2nd Floor, Room 204
- Mary I: 3rd Floor, Room 303
Media Prep & Digital Collaboration Rooms
These rooms are equipped with whiteboards. Displays are temporarily unavailable.
- Mary I: Atrium, Rooms 003, 004
- Steelcase: Room 109A
Presentation Practice Rooms
Located in the Knowledge Market, these rooms offer technology for practicing and recording live presentations in a classroom setting, including a projector & screen, DVD player, computer, laptop hookup, digital document camera, speakers, microphone, and HD video and audio capture.
- Mary I: First Floor, Rooms 133 & 134
- Steelcase: Room 111A, 113A
The largest group study room provides a large table, whiteboards, and is equipped with a projector and screen.
- Mary I: Second Floor, Room 216
Small-group Study Alcove
Two Small Group Study Alcoves offer soft seating and are equipped with whiteboards. They are available on a first-come, first-served basis.
- Mary I: First Floor, Rooms 112 & 114
Innovation-Zone Study Alcove
These three alcoves offer floor-to-ceiling whiteboards and a variety of configurable furniture. They are available on a first-come, first-served basis.
- Mary I: Third Floor Innovation Zone
Group Study Pod
Located in the Digital Creator Lab on the second floor of the Mary Idema Pew Library, these pods offer a space for groups of three. Study pod 5 includes two boom mics and an audio mixer for podcasting.
- Mary I: Second Floor. Study Pods 4 & 5
Single-Person Study Pods
Located in the Digital Creator Lab on the second floor of the Mary Idema Pew Library, these pods offer a quiet space for a single person. These pods have power and a small desk inside.
- Mary I: Second Floor, Study Pods 1 – 3