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.
16 Mac minis, instructor station, AV and speakers in a creative studio design
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