Answered By: Emily Pearson Last Updated: Feb 23, 2018 Views: 5
Generally, the Allen Reading Room near the entrance to the library is the silent room for studying. The third floor alcove at the top of the main stairs allows for quiet study. If you are in a more communal area, such as by the windows on the second floor or at group tables on the third floor, it is expected that there is a bit more noise in those areas. Additionally, the library has nine group study rooms available for collaborative study and the three rooms available for individual study. Keys to these rooms may be checked out at the circulation desk.