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Resources for Graduate Students

A list of tips and tools for graduate students' research and library needs.

Image source: Bluff Stuff, Quarter 4 - 2014, Vol. 11

Library Spaces

While the library offers several floors of seating and study area for students to use, there are also spaces available for reservation. Both individual study rooms (2nd and 3rd floors) and group study rooms (4th and 5th floors) are available for reservation.

Rooms can be reserved once per day and up to five times per week. Each room is limited to one reservation. No key pick-up required. Students will need to bring their own supplies.

  • Guide to the different floors and study spaces
  • Reserve a Space at the Library
    • Another way of reserving a study room is in scanning the QR Code displayed on the room's door. Using the QR code may allow immediate reservation if that room is vacant.
  • In addition to these spaces, there is a graduate study room available for students on the 2nd floor. Learn more about reserving here.