Study and collaboration areas are available in the Health Sciences Library, the Hammer Building, Bard Hall, and throughout the Morningside campus. Group study rooms in Lower Level 1 of the Hammer Building may be booked online.
|Quiet Study||Group Study||Eating Permitted||Rooms with a View||Late Night|
|LL1 Reading Room||Yes||Yes|
|24 Hour Computer Lab||Yes||Yes|
|24 Hour Study Room||Yes||Yes||Yes|
|Group Study Rooms||Yes|
|Classrooms (LL1, LL2, 3rd & 4th floors)||Yes||Yes||Yes (3rd floor)||Yes (3rd floor)||Yes|
|Bard Hall Lounge and Recovery Room Cafe||Yes||Yes||Yes||Yes||Yes|
The area seats about 100, and although it is not designated as quiet-study space, most of it is usually a relatively peaceful place to work. There are two small rooms that can be used for group study. Two printers and about a dozen computers are available for connecting to the internet (although word processing, presentation and other productivity software is not available). This space is open during library hours.
The Reading Room is located in room LL-112 on Lower Level 1. This room has double doors and is accessed from the main corridor on Lower Level 1. The room is available 24/7, unless an event is scheduled, in which case a notice will be posted.
The Lower Level 1 lounge is located in room LL104. (Near the Haven Ave. entrance.) This large, well-lit area, is open 24/7, has a printer, and is usually available for study. It is used occasionally for scheduled events.
This lab is located right next to the library entrance on the Lobby Level of Hammer. The lab is well equipped with computers and printers. At the rear of the computer lab you will find the entrance to a 24 x 7 quiet-study space.
These study rooms, located on the Lower Level 1, are available for group study or collaboration. These rooms can be booked in advance.
The Hammer building contains dozens of classrooms scattered between Lower Level 1, Lower Level 2, 3rd floor, and 4th floor. Students are free to use these classrooms to meet or study whenever they are not reserved or in use. These rooms are generally open most of the day and night, although they are not technically 24 x 7 spaces. Several of these rooms contain computers (especially those on the two lower levels).
The Lounge is available around the clock to meet or study. It is equipped with a printer. Next door you will find the Recovery Room Cafe. The cafe has room to study as well as a microwave oven, a sink and drink vending machines. It is a good place to study and eat.
Both areas are located just inside the main entrance to Bard Hall.