New and Upgraded Group Study Spaces to Help You Succeed this Semester
At the Libraries, we strive to help you do your best work by providing spaces that accommodate a range of study preferences. Chiefly popular among these spaces are our group study rooms, so we are particularly pleased to announce the following additions and upgrades.
The Art Library’s brand new group study space is equipped with a meeting table that comfortably seats eight, a white board, and a multimedia screen. Its large window allows plenty of natural light to shine through, ensuring an energizing and productive study session for your entire group. It can be booked online up to two weeks in advance.
With support from the Rutgers University College–Paterson Alumni Association, the graduate study rooms at Dana Library are undergoing the final stages of a refurbishment that will see the installation of new tables and carrels, electrical features, and technology including an LCD panel for collaborative projects. The rooms are slated to reopen soon, so stay tuned for more information.
These spaces are just a glimpse at what the Libraries have to offer to support group work across the university. Visit libraries.rutgers.edu/group_study_rooms to view additional rooms and make reservations at Rutgers–Camden, Rutgers–Newark, and Rutgers–New Brunswick libraries. Or, at the George F. Smith Library of the Health Sciences, visit the circulation desk to request a room key.
Group study not for you? Check out our list of designated quiet spaces for the perfect place to hunker down and get your work done in peace and quiet.