Study Spaces

Reserve a Seat

The library has 100 study seats on the main floor: 53 reservable and 47 first-come-first-served. One of the reservable seats has a computer workstation.

Students, staff, and faculty must be part of the university's COVID testing pool to study in the library.
On-site sign-in at the entry station is required for first-come-first-serve seats.

Clark Library Seating map

Library Seats Use Information

  • All seats (including study rooms) are single-person use.
  • Seats may be reserved as much as two weeks in advance.
  • Computer workstation and study room seats are limited to a maximum of two hours a day per person.
  • Patrons are asked to clean their seat and table surface before using the seat. Cleaning supplies are located at the cleaning stations.

Library Seats Use Policies

  • Masks must be worn at all times, including in study rooms.
  • Food and drink (other than a water bottle) are not allowed in order to maximize mask wearing.
  • Furniture may not be moved from its designated location.
  • Patrons may not book a library seat systematically or continuously.
  • Patrons must be courteous toward others and keep noise levels low.
  • Violation of these policies may result in patrons being blocked from reserving a library seat.