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Study Spaces in the Library

Ground floor study area

Use of study rooms in the library is restricted to current faculty, staff and students of KU Medical Center.

Several seating areas, desks and computers are available on the ground and upper floor of the library. Library features include individual study carrels with power outlets, lighting, and some dual monitors/computer accessories. Wireless access for laptops and other devices is also available throughout the library.

Quiet study areas

The open area of the upper floor of the library is a quiet study area. Study space on this floor is set aside for reading, solo computer work and other quiet tasks.  See our cell phone policy here.

Large study room

Group study rooms

Group study rooms are available on the upper floor of the library and can be booked online here.

We have one large study room that accommodates 6-8 people. Amenities include 2 computers, 1 mobile 46” display, 2 whiteboards, dry erase markers and eraser, and 2 small tables with 8 chairs.

We have a total of six small study rooms that accommodate 2-4 people. Amenities for small study rooms include 1 computer, 1 mounted 42” display, 2 whiteboards, dry erase markers and eraser, and 1 small table with 4 chairs.

workout desks

Active Study

Stationary treadmill and adjustable-height workstations are available for use and are located in the northwest corner and by the central staircase on the upper floor of the library.

Dykes project space

Dykes Project Space

Dykes Project Space is located on the upper floor of the library (Room 1033) and can be booked online here.

Amenities for this room include floor-to-ceiling white board dry erase walls on 2 walls, 2 tables, 6 chairs, 1 pc, projector with laptop connectivity, and a small couch. All white board markers, erasers and cleaner are provided and must be used, without exception, to keep the boards in good shape.

Last modified: Jan 21, 2019
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