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Are there group study rooms?

There are several options available in the library. The Scott Café is great; it's on the first floor of the library and is always open, with comfortable seating and computer access. At the other end of the first floor, group study tables are also available near the leisure reading collection.

On the second floor, there are tables where groups can work collaboratively. While this is not a designated quiet area, you should always be considerate of those around you.

The Scott Computer Classroom on the 3rd floor has several study tables with large screen monitors where small groups can meet and talk.

There are also group study areas located on various floors of Jefferson Alumni Hall. Check out "An Insider's Guide to Study Space" for details; some areas must be reserved.

An Insider's Guide To Study Space

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