Rooms & Study Support

Work with a group or on your own in one of our many study spaces. 

An open study room

Students use one of the study rooms available in the Library on every floor.

The designated quiet area can be found on the third floor. Look for the blue Quiet Study banner.  

Computers are available for public, student, faculty, and staff use on the second and third floors of the Library.

We also have 14 Chromebooks available for checkout for up to three days. Visit the circulation desk for availability.

Student study’s in the library

A student finds a spot to study in the library.

Study Rooms

More than a dozen study rooms are available with tables, chairs, and whiteboards. About half are first-come, first-served while the others can be reserved ahead of time.

Four media viewing rooms include DVD, VHS, and flat-screen monitors. They're comfortable for up to six people.

One larger room accommodates 10 people and has a computer and larger monitor. This room is reservation-only.

Stop by the circulation desk or call (360) 867-6580 to reserve a study room.


Our three large classrooms hold up to 40 people each. You can reserve a classroom through the research desk or call (360) 867- 6487.

The Library Underground

Students, staff, and faculty gather to celebrate the release of the first publication by the Evergreen Press. Student writers read excerpts from their contribution to the book Writing American Cultures.

Cappy's Corner

Located on the 3rd floor of the library our new space, celebrating the beautiful stained glass work of Cappy Thomas, hosts small (40 people or less) library or campus events. If you'd like to hold an event there, contact the research desk or call (360) 867- 6487.

When there isn’t an event going on, it's a great space for group work.