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Fondren Library Center

Hamon Arts Library

FLC Lobby, 2nd Floor FLC Lobby, 2nd Floor
Fondren Library Center

A popular study area, the lobby has comfortable, casual seating, several electric outlets, small tables, and natural light. This is a high-traffic area and conversation is allowed.

Study Rooms FLC Lobby, 2nd Floor Study Rooms
Fondren Library Center

These five study rooms are particularly popular for both group and individual study. Each room has windows and a table with chairs. Rooms 202 and 208 seat up to four people and have moveable whiteboards. Rooms 204 and 210 seat four and have comfy armchairs. Room 206 seats six and has a moveable whiteboard.

FLE Basement FLE Basement
Fondren Library East

This quiet area features a mixture of large tables and study carrels. A student lounge with vending machines, a microwave and lockers is nearby.

Fondren Library East, Basement G03 FLE Basement Room G03
Fondren Library East

This small one-person study space has a chair, electrical outlet, and doesn't require reservations.

Information Commons FLE Information Commons
Fondren Library East, 1st Floor

Close to the research desk, the Information Commons features PC and Mac computers, printers, scanners, a copy machine, and a charging station. Choose from casual seating near the windows or desks and tables. This is a high-traffic area and conversation is allowed.

Practice Presentation Room FLE Presentation Practice Room (1st Floor)
Fondren Library East

Looking for a place to practice your presentation? This room is equipped with a Mac Mini, 60" monitor, webcam, and HDMI, VGA, and RGA inputs.

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Fondren Library East, 2nd floor FLE 2nd Floor
Fondren Library East

This quiet floor offers a variety of study options, including large tables, small tables, and study carrels. Large windows with comfortable chairs make for a great spot to decompress and study.

Study Rooms FLE 2nd Floor Study Rooms
Fondren Library East

Tucked away in a quiet corner of Fondren Library East, these rooms accommodate both groups and individuals. Each room seats four and has a whiteboard and a computer. Rooms FLE 205A, 205B, 206, 207.

Fondren Library East, 3rd floor FLE 3rd Floor
Fondren Library East

This floor offers a variety of study options, including over 40 study carrels, small and large tables, and casual seating.

Fondren Library East, 323 Computer Room FLE Computer Room 323
Fondren Library East, 3rd Floor

This computer classroom is open to students whenever class is not in session. A schedule is posted by the door.

Fondren Library East, 4th Floor FLE 4th Floor
Fondren Library East

This quiet floor offers beautiful views of campus and a variety of seating options.

Fondren Library West Study Cubes FLW Study Cubes
Fondren Library West 102A

No reservations required for these five study cubes, which look out to Government Documents. Each cube seats up to four. Conversation is allowed in the study cubes.

Fondren Library West Stacks Fondren West Stacks
Fondren Library West
Floors 1, 3, 5, 6, 7, 8

A low-traffic quiet area, the Fondren West Stacks contain study carrels amidst shelves of books. This area is off the beaten path, great for students who want fewer distractions. The 7th and 8th floors have windows that let in natural light.

Government Documents Government Documents
Fondren Library West 2nd Floor (ground level)

A popular study area, Government Documents has large windows overlooking the Laura Bush Promenade. There are large tables, several electric outlets, and a small area of casual seating.

Laura Bush Promenade Laura Bush West Promenade
Fondren Library Center

Tables and benches located outside the library's west entrance. WiFi is available.

SIC 1st Floor SIC 1st Floor
Fondren Library Science Wing

A variety of study options are available, including study carrels, casual seating, small tables, and computers. The computer area looks out onto the Laura Bush West Promenade courtyard. A printer and copy machine are nearby. This is a higher traffic area and conversation is allowed.

Science Wing Study Rooms, 1st floor SIC 1st Floor Study Rooms
Fondren Library Science Wing

Two rooms with large tables that accommodate groups up to 8. Both 116 and 116A have a white board and multiple electrical outlets.

SIC Mezzanine SIC Mezzanine and 2nd Floor
Fondren Library Science Wing

The mezzanine is a large, open area with a variety of seating arrangements, including study carrels, tables, casual seating, and computers. The two-story windows provide natural light to the area. Conversation is allowed.

SIC Study Rooms, Mezzanine SIC Mezzanine Study Rooms
Fondren Library Science Wing

Study rooms M102 and M103 have windows which let in natural light from the huge Mezzanine windows. Each room seats four and contains a small table, a whiteboard, and a computer.

SIC 2nd Floor SIC 2nd Floor
Fondren Library Science Wing

Study carrels and small tables abound throughout the stacks. This is the quieter, less frequently traveled area of the 2nd floor located between the mezzanine and the 2nd floor lobby.

Science Wing Study Rooms, 2nd floor SIC 2nd Floor Study Rooms
Fondren Library Science Wing

These three study rooms are in a quiet area of the 2nd floor. Each has a small table that seats up to six people. Room 212 has a whiteboard. Room 206 and 210 have both a chalkboard and a whiteboard.

Hamon Arts Library Basement Hamon Basement
Hamon Arts Library

There are 15 computer workstations, tables and chairs, study carrels, and multimedia study spaces. This area has a printer and a scanner. Conversation is allowed.

Hamon Arts Library 1st Floor Hamon 1st Floor
Hamon Arts Library

The 1st floor study areas are in close proximity to the library services desk. Students can choose to study at tables by the periodicals and reference section or by the windows. The area in front of the windows has tables, chairs, and electrical outlets as well as casual seating. Quiet conversation is allowed on this floor.

Hamon Arts Library 2nd Floor Hamon 2nd Floor
Hamon Arts Library

The 2nd floor of Hamon is a very quiet area. This floor has long-term study carrels that can be reserved by the semester. The area by the windows has six tables with chairs as well as casual seating.

Hamon Arts Library 3rd Floor Hamon 3rd Floor
Hamon Arts Library

The 3rd floor of Hamon is a very quiet area. This floor has both open study carrels and long-term study carrels that can be reserved by the semester. The area by the windows has tables with chairs as well as casual seating.

Hamon large group study rooms Hamon large group study rooms
Hamon Arts Library
Room 2250, Room 3250

These large rooms have conference tables with seating for up to 15 people. Both rooms have a large whiteboard, a ceiling-mounted projector and wall screen.

Hamon group study rooms Hamon group study rooms
Hamon Arts Library
Room 2270, Room 3270

These study rooms seat up to six people. Each room has a table, chairs, and a whiteboard

Hamon Media Rooms Hamon Media Rooms
Hamon Arts Library Basement
Room B230, Room B240

The Audiovisual study rooms (B230 and B240) provide a space for group study with multimedia capabilities, including: widescreen TVs; DVD, VCR, Laserdisc, and Bluray players. Users may check out laptop adapters and media kits at the audiovisual service desk. Each room has a table and six chairs. More chairs can be added as needed.

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