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Library Services for Students

Reserve a group study room

Anyone with a Wofford email address can reserve the group study rooms on the lower level of the library. These are the rooms along the wall facing the back lawn. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Rooms can be reserved for two hours at a time with a limit of two reservations per person per day.  

Groups can be 2-4 people.  

To reserve a group study room, use the Room Reservation system.  

The group study rooms are named after the winners of the Sandor Teszler Award for Moral Courage and Service to Humankind.  Our namesake cared deeply for libraries and for making the world a better place.  For more information on the winners, visit this website.  The names of the winners (and the group study rooms) are:

  1. Eboo Patel
  2. Jacqueline Novogratz
  3. John J. Wood
  4. Marian Wright Edelman
  5. Paul Farmer
  6. Vernon Baker

Trey Kannaday Presentation Practice Room

The presentation practice room is reserved using the Room Reservation system.  Ask for the key at the circulation desk and good luck with your presentation!

Study Spaces

The library has a wide variety of seating and study spaces available.  We hope you are comfortable here.

The Sandbox is the room at the front of the library.  You can plug your laptop in to the large screens.  The monitor by the couches is a touch screen.

The Seminar Room holds larger groups of 5-12 people.  Faculty, staff, and student organizations are welcome to schedule meetings there with advanced notice by contacting Alice Bomar.  Students are welcome to study in the room any time it's not in use.  Be sure the check the calendar on the door first.  

You are welcome to rearrange the furniture in the library to suit your or your group's needs.  We welcome suggestions on furniture, arrangement, and lighting!