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Study Spaces

Garden Reading Room LEML 101

Located on the first floor, the Garden reading room is one of the library's 24/7 spaces open to members of the SU community with a valid SU ID card. It includes computers, a printer, seating, and table space.

Bangasser Reading Room LEML 214

The Bangasser reading room, located on the 2nd floor through the Byte Cafe, is one of the library's 24/7 spaces open to members of the SU community with a valid SU ID cared. It includes seating and table space.

Ann Pigott Wyckoff Reading Room LEML 313

The Ann Pigott Wyckoff reading room, located on the 3rd floor, is reserved as a quiet study area in the library. It is a keyboard-free zone, per student request. The room includes seating, table space, and a display of regularly updated magazines and periodicals.

Anne Van Ness Farrell Reading Room LEML 651

The Anne Van Ness Farrell reading room is located on the 6th floor of the library and hosts the Athlete Study Hall during the academic quarter. The room includes seating and table space, and is a student space for reading, conversation, and collaboration.

John Popko Faculty Lounge LEML 672

The John Popko Faculty Lounge is designated for use by SU faculty to serve as a quiet retreat for individual reading, writing, and study, and also as a space to engage in small group discussion and collaboration. This space may also occasionally be reserved for programs that involve or support SU faculty or to celebrate academics at the University.

While students are permitted to use this space, they are encouraged to be respectful of faculty programs and meetings. All other library users are invited to use other study spaces in the Library and Learning Commons.