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Nathaniel P. Hill Library

Reserve a Room

Reserve a Room in the Library
for classes, meetings, group study, presentations and more.

  • To reserve a library space contact the librarians with the date(s), time(s) and technology needed.
  • See the chart and map below for a list of spaces, their technology and their capacities.

NOTE: Priority goes to library instruction requests and classes working on research.

Library Space


Max. Capacity


Davenport Room

Level 2
(Main Floor)

30 people

1 widescreen television with laptop connection, 1 projector & screen, DVD/BluRay player, HD Cable TV connection, surround sound speakers, white board, videoconferencing technology. Furniture may be arranged in a variety of configurations.


Wilson/Duggan Open Teaching Space

Level 2
(Main Floor)

    14 people

Projector & screen, DVD/BluRay player available upon request, whiteboard. Set up as one large conference table.


Reading Room

Level 2
(Main Floor)

16 people at center   table plus 18 with side tables and chairs

Long center table plus a variety of smaller tables and comfortable seating around the perimeter of the space.

Level 3

Level 3

(Silent Study)

    23 people

Individual desks and chairs spread throughout the floor.

Group Study Rooms A-D

Level 2
(Main Floor)

   3-4 people

Flatscreen TV with laptop connection, DVD/BluRay player available upon request, white boards

McElhinny Tower Study Room

Level 3 (Tower stairwell)


   4 people


 * the Merck Center Conference Room and Flexible Teaching Space on the Lower (1st) Floor of the library can be reserved through the director, Justin Cerenzia (

Library Spaces