Since it is open 24 hours a day this room is one of the most popular rooms in the library.
Students need to obtain eligibility to use this room through Student Accessibility Services.
Art Reading Room
Baker Main Hall
The main Baker Hall is a classic space for students to meet to study and grab a coffee.
Located on all Baker levels
The Berry building has carrels for quiet study on the 3rd and 4th floors.
See all Berry floor guides.
Berry Level 2
Students can gather in small groups and quietly study outside the Jones Media Center and the Evans Map Room.
Berry Main Study
Berry Main Workstations
Class of 1965 Galleries
Dr. Suess Room
A dedicated space to Theodor Geisel, this room contains some biographical information and original artwork.
East Asian Room
This room houses the collections of Chinese, Japanese and Korean language materials.
Baker Mezzanine (PDF)
East Reading Room
Read current newspapers or magazines from around the globe.
3 dedicated workstations for using the software, ArcGIS.
King Arthur Flour Tables
Located near the King Arthur Flour Café, students can enjoy coffee and treats while studying.
Lower Level Study Room
Room contains a 46" TV, DVD player, VHS player, CD player and a keyboard.
Edit multimedia projects such as audio, video, images and graphics, 3D modeling and more.
Middle Level Stacks
Students can enjoy natural light and art in these middle level stack carrels.
This 24 hour study space offers both group and individual study spaces.
Novack Entry Space
Near the Novack Café, these comfortable chairs and tables are a great place to meet.
This location for course reserves houses José Clemente Orozco's mural and is a quiet place for students to study.
Rooke Reading Room
In addition to this main study area, Dana also has group study rooms that can be reserved.
Dana Library (PDF)
The colorful interior of Paddock is sure to inspire musicologists and non-musicologists alike.
On a sunny day or a snowy evening, the Tower Room's armchairs offer inspiring views over the Green.
Baker Level 2 (PDF)