Answered By: Amy Krug
Last Updated: Nov 06, 2017     Views: 59

Library staff strive to achieve a balance between the needs of students who want to use the Library for collaborative work and those who simply want a quiet place to study. At times, the noise level can become excessive.

Any time that voices are becoming too loud, let your own voice be heard by coming to the Service Desk and telling us, or if we're online, use the Chat tool and we'll let the Service Desk staff now about the noise issue. We will speak to any loud group on behalf of other students.

There are designated silent study zones in the Library:

  • Individual study carrels (CL-200);
  • Individual study tables (CL-200 - past the book shelves);
  • Silent Study Room (CL-230).

 Also, the African-American Culture Research Library (CL-247, just outside our front doors) usually has available study space and is very welcoming to students.

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