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Study spaces at Progress

Study spaces in the library

Eleven small group study rooms available for booking are located on the fourth floor of the library. Each of these rooms has a table and four chairs. Two of these rooms also have presentation equipment for you to use.  Whiteboard markers are available at the circulation desk.

• Two silent study rooms (Rooms L4-8 and L4-10) containing study carrels for individual quiet study are located on the fourth floor of the library.   These light-filled rooms are the quietest spots in the library.

• Open areas containing study carrels for quiet work are located on the third and fourth floors of the library.

• Tables equipped with computers or laptop plug-ins are located throughout the library.

• Comfortable soft seating, much of it equipped with laptop plug-ins, is available on every floor of the library.  Pull a small laptop table up to work on your computer or just relax with a newspaper or book. 

• A computer lab with 45 stations is available for student use when classes are not in session.

Progress computer lab

• The first floor of the Library has a variety of study spaces including The Commons with soft seating, tall cafe tables and chairs, and long desks and tables with computers.  Behind the Green Wall is the enclosed Fireside Gallery.


Study spaces elsewhere on campus

• The Student Hub has bright open access areas suitable for group or individual study in the early morning and evening.

• Assorted benches throughout the campus are available for relaxation and discussion.

• The Friendship Space (C2-01) is a quiet, informal enclosed area open to students.

• The Student Association building has tables, chairs and a large screen TV in the lounge.  There are also computer workstations on the main floor and  a group study area with tables and chairs close to the main entrance.

All of the study spaces at Progress Campus have power and ethernet connections for using laptops and other personal electronic devices. Wireless Internet access is available throughout the building. Bring your laptop or borrow one from the library.