Extended library hours
Quiet study areas
- Looking for a food-free place to concentrate? Head to the Thomas Room in Lilly Library, the Carpenter Reading Room in Bostock Library, or the Gothic Reading Room in Rubenstein Library.
- Need a quiet space but want to have a snack while you work? Check out the Nicholas Reading Room on the second floor of Bostock, or go up to the fourth floor of Perkins & Bostock — the entire floor is devoted to quiet study.
- Make any space in the library a little quieter by asking for a free pair of ear plugs or earbuds at the Perkins, Lilly or Music Service Desks.
Group study and project spaces
- Looking for a group study room? Reserve a space for 3 hours at a time.
- Rubenstein 350 and Bostock 225 are open for students on a first-come, first-accommodated basis from 5 p.m. to 8 a.m. Thursday, April 27 through Saturday, May 6.
- Don't forget that the Music Library on the first floor of the Biddle Music Building has terrific study spaces for both individuals and groups.
Help with papers and projects
Laptop and phone chargers
- Stop by the Lilly or Music Service Desks or Link Help Desk in Perkins to check out a phone or laptop charger (PC and Mac models available).
Don't forget to take a break from studying
- Enjoy snacks at Lilly Library beginning at 8 p.m. on Monday, May 1.
- Check out the relaxation station in Lilly Library from Tuesday, May 2 to Saturday, May 6 — de-stress with games, puzzles, arts & crafts, and snacks.
- Pet Puppies in Perkins on Tuesday, May 2 from 1-3 p.m. in Perkins 217.
- Make use of the Prayer and Meditation Room on the second floor of Perkins (open on a first-come, first-accomodated basis).
New this semester!
- Need to write it out? Check out a kit with dry erase markers and cleaning supplies at the Lilly, Music, Perkins, and Edge Service Desks.
Finished with your papers and projects?