Study Rooms


Peterson Memorial Library provides numerous opportunities for individual and small group study. There are study areas in the Reference Room and throughout the Periodicals and Mezzanine levels. The South Reading Room on the main level allows access to a computer lab. A number of individual carrels can be found throughout the stacks.

You can find suggestions for specific types of study areas most requested below.

Feel free to talk to a librarian if you have any questions about what might work best for you.

 

Where are the best laptop study areas?

 Red Level Carrels
These study carrels are located against the back wall of the Red Level. All have easy access to power and networking for laptop use.

Livingston Room
One group of 7-8 people or two groups of 4-5 people will find tables and chairs, power outlets, comfortable lounge seating, and video viewing areas! Find it on the Red Level.

 

Where can my small group meet?

Livingston Study RoomLivingston Room
One group of 7-8 people or two groups of 4-5 people will find tables and chairs, power outlets, comfortable lounge seating, and video viewing areas! Find it on the Red Level.
 
Mount Denali Conference Room
One group of 10 - 12 people or two groups of 4 - 6 people will find a table and chairs, dry erase walls, and the ability to talk without disturbing others. Check out dry erase markers at the Circulation Desk with your University I.D. card. The Mount Denali Conference Room is on the Blue Level.

Mount Hood Study Room
For groups of 3-4, this room is found to the right of the library's entrance. There's table and chairs and a whiteboard for group work! Check out whiteboard markers at the Circulation Desk with your University I.D. card.
 
Mount Ranier Study Room
A smaller room for one or two people, this room is found by the entrance to Collection Management on the Red level.

If you don't require a room, there are groups of chairs in the main lobby that would work for smaller group discussions. You'll also find tables and chairs throughout the Blue Level where you can work quietly with friends.

 

Where are comfortable study areas?Studying with Laptops

Livingston Room
One group of 7-8 people or two groups of 4-5 people will find tables and chairs, power outlets, comfortable lounge seating, and video viewing areas! Find it on the Red Level.

Reference Room
The Reference Room has some armchair style seating areas where you can relax as you read. There are also a number of tables to spread out books and supplies. The Reference Room is a quiet study area.

 

Where are quiet study zones?

Reference Room
The Reference Room has some armchair style seating areas where you can relax as you read. There are also a number of tables to spread out books and supplies. The Reference Room is a quiet study area.

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Last update on April 18, 2013