Answered By: Deborah Kelley-Milburn
Last Updated: Oct 13, 2016     Views: 795

The Loker Reading Room on Widener’s second floor is now officially a quiet study space, except when it is used for class office hours. A good alternative is the West Stacks Reading Room, which is now accessible from the Memorial Room Rotunda. In addition, Room 240, off the Atkins Reference Room, can be used for individual or group study on a first come, first served basis, when it is not reserved for library instruction.

Lamont and many other libraries have a variety of study spaces.  For more information, contact libraries individually through this list. 

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