The Science and Engineering Library hosts two computer labs and the GIS lab, several study rooms, and ample open seating space across three floors.
Users enter the library on the Second Floor. The Circulation Desk and permanent reserves are located just inside the entrance.
The Second Floor of the SEL is ideal for conversational study and socializing, seating approximately 40 individuals. Study areas include a large open space with long tables and chairs, along with plush reading chairs with arm desks.
Students can also take advantage of the Collaboratory, a large glass-enclosed room for conversational study. The Collaboratory features four oval tables with nine chairs each, and large whiteboards.
Other Second Floor highlights:
Meet up with peers at the Collaboratory in the Science and Engineering Library.
The Third Floor of the Science & Engineering Library is great for collaborative & quiet study, with seating to accommodate around 100 users.
Here you'll find five study rooms for individual or small group study (310A, 310B, 310C, 310J, and 310K), equipped with tables, six chairs, and whiteboards, all available on a first-come, first-served basis. There are also plush reading chairs, individual study desks and carrels, four semi-enclosed individual study pods equipped with outlets, and several tables of different sizes and heights, including adjustable height, for small group study.
Other Third Floor highlights:
Make your move at the Science & Engineering Library.
The Fourth Floor also provides a variety of spaces ideal for collaborative or quiet study, with seating to accommodate around 100 users. Students can take advantage of plush reading chairs, individual study desks, four semi-enclosed individual study pods equipped with outlets, and several medium and large desks for small group study. Whiteboards on rollers are available throughout the Fourth Floor.
Other Fourth Floor highlights:
Browse the Gwen Curtis Map collection at the Science & Engineering Library.
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