Places to Study

Quiet study floor:

The lower floor of the library is designated for quiet study. The main and upper floors can be used for collaborative work and may become noisier.

Study rooms:

The Clark Library has 20 study rooms that may be used by groups of two or more UP students, faculty or staff. Nine study rooms are equipped with monitors for group viewing from a laptop. Study rooms may be reserved online, or check real time room availability, via the study room reservation system. Check out supplies, such adapters for connecting devices to the study room monitors, a DVD player, or whiteboard markers, at the Library Service Desk. For more information, see the Study Rooms page.

Digital Lab:

The Digital Lab, located on the upper floor of the Clark Library, offers space for individual or group study when not in use for a class or workshop. Additionally, the Lab’s 14 workstations have multimedia (Photoshop, Illustrator, iMovie, etc.) and productivity software (Microsoft Office and SPSS for statistics).

Across Campus:

See a list of Best Places to Study on Campus.