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A popular study area, the lobby has comfortable, casual seating, several electric outlets, small tables, and natural light. This is a high-traffic area and conversation is allowed. View Map.
These five study rooms are particularly popular for both group and individual study. Each room has windows and a table with chairs. Rooms 2G and 2K seat up to four people and have moveable whiteboards. Rooms 2H and 2L seat four and have comfy armchairs. Room 2J seats six and has a moveable whiteboard. View Map.
The Learning Commons features PC and Mac computers, printers, scanners, a copy machine, and a charging station. Choose from casual seating near the windows or desks and tables. This is a high-traffic area and conversation is allowed. View map.
Conference Rooms 103 and 108 each seat 10 and 12 people respectively.
This quiet floor offers a variety of study options, including large tables, small tables, and study carrels. Large windows with comfortable chairs make for a great spot to decompress and study. View map.
Tucked away in a quiet corner of Fondren Library, these rooms accommodate both groups and individuals. Each room seats four and has a whiteboard and a computer. Rooms 2A, 2B, 2C, 2D, 2E, and 2F. View map.
This computer classroom is open to students whenever class is not in session. A schedule is posted by the door. View map.
This quiet floor offers beautiful views of campus and a variety of seating options. View map.
Two rooms with large tables that accommodate groups up to 8. Both 1A and 1B have a white board and multiple electrical outlets. View map.
The mezzanine is a large, open area with a variety of seating arrangements, including study carrels, tables, casual seating, and computers. The two-story windows provide natural light to the area. Conversation is allowed. View map.
Study rooms 1C and 1D have windows which let in natural light from the huge Mezzanine windows. Each room seats four and contains a small table, a whiteboard, and a computer. View maps.
Study carrels and small tables abound throughout the stacks. This is the quieter, less frequently traveled area of the 2nd floor located between the mezzanine and the 2nd floor lobby. View map.
These three study rooms are in a quiet area of the 2nd floor. Each has a small table that seats up to six people. Room 2S has a whiteboard. Room 2Q and 2R have both a chalkboard and a whiteboard. View map.
Tables and benches located outside the library's west entrance. WiFi is available. View map.
There are 15 computer workstations including Apple and PC and study carrels. Conversation is allowed. View Hamon floor maps.
The 2nd floor of Hamon is a very quiet area. This floor has long-term study rooms that can be reserved by the semester. The study carrels are first come-first served. The area by the windows has six tables with chairs as well as casual seating. View Hamon floor maps.
The 3rd floor of Hamon is a very quiet area. This floor has long-term study rooms that can be reserved by the semester. The study carrels are first come-first served. The area by the windows has six tables with chairs as well as casual seating. View Hamon floor maps.
The Audiovisual study rooms 2270 & 3270 seat up to 4 people and have multimedia capabilities including a widescreen monitor, laptop adaptors, HDMI connectors and a Blu-ray disc player for playing Blu-ray discs, CDs and DVDs. A turn table and electric key board are available for check out at the 1st floor services desk. View Hamon floor maps.
These large rooms have conference tables with seating for up to 15 people. Both rooms have a large whiteboard, a ceiling-mounted projector and wall screen. View Hamon floor maps.
Small group study room has one table and four chairs. View Hamon floor maps.
Secured study room for Meadows Graduate students. Some rooms have natural light. Application required.
Lighted study carrels with power strips for plugging in multiple devices. View Hamon floor maps.