Study rooms

Old Worthington Library offers several options for group study, quiet study and tutoring.

Upstairs Group Study Room

Upstairs Group Study RoomAdjacent to the audiovisual collection on the main floor, the Upstairs Group Study Room offers reconfigurable tables, seating for up to ten and a whiteboard. Available on a first-come, first-served basis. Whiteboard markers are available upon request.

Teen Study Room

Teen Study RoomAccessible via the teen room on the main floor, the Teen Study Room offers reconfigurable tables, seating for up to eight and a whiteboard. Available on a first-come, first-served basis. Whiteboard markers are available upon request.

Quiet Study Room

Quiet Study RoomLocated on the lower level behind the computers, the Quiet Study Room provides dedicated space for quiet, independent studying. The room offers desks, seating for up to four independent workers and a whiteboard. Available on a first-come, first-served basis. Whiteboard markers are available upon request.

Downstairs Group Study Room

Downstairs Group Study RoomLocated on the lower-level behind the computers, the Downstairs Group Study Room offers a table, seating for up to six and a whiteboard. Available on a first-come, first-served basis. Whiteboard markers are available upon request.

Tutor Room

Tutor RoomLocated on the lower-level behind the computers, the Tutor Room offers a table, seating for up to four and a whiteboard. Use of the Tutor Room requires a reservation and is subject to the Meeting Room Use policy (see paragraph 7).