Ask a question, relax at the activity table, browse the stacks, find a tutor, create your video masterpiece, hold a diary from the 1800s in your hands, get an ID card, and study by yourself or with your friends.
The Morse Library building provides areas for a variety of resources, activities, and services. Whether you need a classroom, study table or carrel, a computer lab, an area for drop-in tutoring, or a place to show a curated exhibit, the library is ready to meet your needs.
High-performance Apple computers with Adobe Creative Suite, animation station, graphics tablets, audio recording booth, gaming hookups.
DIY crafts, drawing, Suduko, puzzles, and more
Tables, chairs, and large LCD displays with laptop connections for small group work
One-stop service for questions, checking out books and AV equipment, getting an ID card, and more.
Paula Black Seminar Room
2- and 3-dimension AV projection, protected environment for working with archival materials
Reserve and exhibit student work, archival items, faculty publications, etc.
Small group gatherings, poetry readings, special events.
Tables, seating, umbrellas