Spaces and Places
Find the space that works best for you!
First floor: noisy and active, this floor is set up for collaborative group work
Second floor: conversational noise level, the second floor offers a mix of individual and group study spaces
Third floor: quiet, this floor is reserved for silent, individual study
Check out a key at the circulation desk and the room is yours for two hours, with the possibility of a one hour renewal.
- Large study rooms can accommodate up to six people
- Small study rooms can accommodate up to two people
- Two of the small rooms are equipped with video viewing equipment
The Mass Mutual Room offers a cozy atmosphere, with upholstered arm chairs, a fireplace, and display cases housing some of the library’s special collections. The room contains:
- A large conference table that can accommodate 15 people
- Four upholstered arm chairs and a low coffee table
D’Amour 319 can be used as a lecture room or conference room. The room contains:
- An overhead projector, instructor’s workstation, and podium
- Fifteen tables that seat two
- Fifty chairs
The Library has three classrooms to support your digital curriculum. When not in use for a class, the rooms are open for student use. The rooms’ schedules are posted outside their respective doors.
- 38 seat computer classroom
- Instructor’s station with DVD ROM, ELMO projector unit, and dual computer projectors
Digital Learning Center (D’Amour 215)
- 32 seat computer classroom
- Instructor’s station with two computer projectors, and ELMO projector unit
- Printer and scanner
- SynchronEyes learning software
Macintosh Lab (D’Amour 219)
- 22 seat computer (Macintosh) classroom
- Instructor’s station with overhead projector
With the exception of study rooms, which cannot be reserved, all rooms can be reserved by faculty and staff through the Western New England University Events Scheduler.