Answered By: Steve Runge
Last Updated: Sep 17, 2018     Views: 134

I'm sorry the O'Neill group study rooms are all booked up! At especially busy times of the year, they get booked up nearly a week in advance. Here are some alternatives:

Educational Resource Center

The group tables at the center of the library are not private, but the atmosphere during the day at the ERC is a buzz of convivial collaboration.

O'Neill Library

  1. White-board collaboration room on O'Neill 1st. It's not private, but it's a good space for collaborative projects of all kinds.
  2. Open tables on O'Neill 3rd, between reference desk and windows facing Boston, and near the printers. These are not officially collaboration areas; neither are they quiet areas.

Social Work Library

Group study rooms. See link below to book.