Available Spaces

Where can I study?

Quiet, individual study locations can be found throughout the building. In addition, these rooms are available for study when not reserved for classes or events:

Where can we meet as a group?

First Level is an active learning space. Coffee shop conversation levels are encouraged and group meetings are welcome. Other rooms are available for groups:

Where can my class meet?

These rooms must be scheduled in advance by the faculty member.

Where can I hold an event?

These rooms must be scheduled in advance.

Meeting Spaces

Administrative Conference Room (2006)

Location: 2nd Floor 
Seats: 10 at conference table
Equipment: Glass dry erase board
Food: Permitted
Usage: STUDY | GROUP
Reserve: http://lndl.libcal.com/spaces?lid=2948

Board Room (3028)

Location: 3rd Floor near windows facing Loyola
Seats: 18 at conference table. Accommodates up to 38
Equipment: Whiteboard, projector, conference phone, laptop, screen
Food: Permitted, Full meals allowed
Usage: GROUP | EVENT
Reserve: Contact Administrative Operations Coordinator at 410-617-6814

Collaboratory (1038)

The reconfigurable room is designed to highlight active learning, allowing students and faculty to use multiple types of devices to share information and collaborate.

Location: 1st Floor
Seats: 20
Equipment: Moveable furniture, Projection capabilities to TV via Apple TV and ScreenBeam, Dry erase boards
Food: Permitted
Usage: Study | group | class | event
Reserve: http://guides.lndlibrary.org/collaboratory/reservations  (available for general use when not reserved)

Cyber Café with Vending Machines

The Cyber Café provides food and beverage from vending machines with a variety of study seating.

Location: 1st Level near parking lot entrance
Seats: Mixture of high and low tables
Equipment: none
Food: Permitted
Usage: STUDY 

Faculty/Graduate Student Study Room (2024)

UNAVAILABLE SPRING 2018

Provides Loyola and Notre Dame faculty and graduate students who are working on long-term research projects (e.g. books, theses, dissertations) a space to work and store their research materials during normal business hours.

Location: 2nd  Floor 
Equipment: Four carrels with lockable cabinets and drawers available for reservation
Food: Permitted
Usage: STUDY
Reserve: Visit the Help Desk or call (410) 617-6802. Requests for reservations for a semester or summer may be made no earlier than one month prior to the start of the semester or summer. The carrels are available for the length of a semester or summer period, and may be renewed up to two times for a maximum total time of one calendar year.
Additional: Library materials that are stored in this space must first be checked out.

Ferguson Gallery

Its primary purpose is the display of art created by Loyola and Notre Dame faculty and students, though it may also be scheduled for special events planned by faculty, administration or staff of the two institutions. 

Location: 1st Floor entrances
Seats: Many
Equipment: Technology may be made available upon request
Food: When reserving the space, arrangements for food, drink, and tables must be made.
Usage: STUDY | EVENT
Reserve: Contact Administrative Operations Coordinator at 410-617-6814
Additional: As events held in the Gallery are disruptive for students and others who use the space for academic purposes, the library administration reserves the right to limit the number and nature of events held in the Gallery. These limitations are based on the amount of academic use the library as a whole sees at various points in the semester (final exams & study periods, etc.), and approvals for use of this space are made by the library administration on a case-by-case basis.

Group Study Rooms

UNAVAILABLE SPRING 2018 DUE TO CONSTRUCTION

Location: 2nd Floor and 3rd Floor
Seats: Each seat 2-3
Equipment: No technology available
Food: Permitted
Usage: STUDY 
Reserve:Unavailable Spring 2018 due to construction

Instruction Labs A & B

The Loyola/Notre Dame Library is the primary campus venue supporting information literacy education. During the first half of each semester, priority scheduling for the Instruction Labs is given to librarian-led instruction sessions requested by teaching faculty. 

Reserve: Faculty who wish to teach a class in one of these labs may submit a reservation request; Students may not reserve the instructional labs. http://lndl.libcal.com/spaces?lid=1292

Lab A (1024)
Location: 1st floor near St. John’s Bible
Seats: 20, flexible furniture
Equipment: 20 PC laptops & instructor PC, screen & projector
Food: Permitted
Usage: EVENT | STUDY | CLASS

Lab B (1026)
Location: 1st floor
Seats: 30
Equipment: 30 PC desktops & instructor PC, screen & projector
Food: Permitted
Usage: EVENT | STUDY | CLASS

Level 1 Seminar Room (1022)

Location: 1st Floor in the back near St. John’s Bible display
Seats: 12 at conference table. Room for 6-8 around perimeter
Equipment: Screen, laptop and projector available upon request
Food: Permitted
Usage: STUDY | GROUP | CLASS
Reserve: http://lndl.libcal.com/booking/libraryrooms 

Level 2 Seminar Room (2018)

Location: 2nd Floor in the back near large window
Seats: 10 at conference table. Room for 4-6 around perimeter
Equipment: Technology may be available upon request
Food: Permitted
Usage: STUDY | GROUP | CLASS
Reserve: http://lndl.libcal.com/booking/libraryrooms

Ridley Auditorium (L045)

Location: Lower Level
Seats: 100 (stadium-style)
Equipment: Project DVDs, laptop content onto large screen; laptops adapters and microphones available upon request; two podiums (one dedicated to Notre Dame)
Food: Permitted
Usage: EVENT | CLASS
Reserve: http://lndl.libcal.com/spaces?lid=2923
Additional: The Library must ensure that all media screenings taking place in the auditorium are in compliance with copyright law. Such screenings will be approved on a case-by-case basis.

Screening Room (L010)

Location: Lower Level
Seats: 24 armchair-style seats with swiveling desktops
Equipment: screen, DVD & VHS player, laptop
Food: Permitted
Usage: EVENT | CLASS
Reserve: http://lndl.libcal.com/spaces?lid=2925
Additional: The Library must ensure that all media screenings taking place in the auditorium are in compliance with copyright law. Such screenings will be approved on a case-by-case basis. 

Use Media Screening Request form to checkout library content.