The Learning Commons on the first floor is a non-quiet work space. Technology in the learning commons includes public computers, two printers, and a scanner. A mixture of soft seating and tables and chairs is available.
A vending machine, Keurig, and Nespresso machine are available on the first floor. Keurig and Nespresso pods can be purchased from the front desk for $1.
The Learning Commons on the first floor has general-use PCs and two printers.
The Mac Lab on the second floor has Mac desktops with the Adobe Creative Suite available.
3 Engineering PCs are available on the ground floor. These computers are reserved for running SolidWorks and other engineering software.
Two group study rooms are available, and may be reserved.
Tutoring Room (first floor) seats a small group of people and has a SmartKapp smart white board.
Big Group Study Room (third floor).
Individual study rooms are available on the ground, second, and third floors. They are available on a first-come, first-served basis.
A limited number of individual study rooms may be reserved for the semester by graduate students and seniors (preference given to graduate students). To apply for a graduate study room, email email@example.com.
The 24-hour study room on the ground floor of the library is open all night when classes are in session. The room has computers, a printer, and wireless Internet access. Restrooms are accessible.
The 24-hour room is accessible via an exterior door on Pine Street and requires an access code. To get the access code, ask at the library front desk (AU ID required).
Scholes has three meeting rooms that can be reserved by Alfred faculty, students, and staff.
Tutoring Room 113 (first floor)
Available for general use when not reserved. Seats a small group of people and has a SmartKapp smart white board.
Conference Room 218 (second floor)
Seats a small-medium group of people and is equipped with a projector.
Slide Archive Room 207 (second floor)
Seats a small group of people and is equipped with a television monitor for presentations.
Three reservable classroom spaces are available, located on the second and ground floors.
Traditional classroom 221 (second floor)
Stationary desks configured in rows. Equipped with a projector.
Seminar Room 215 (second floor)
Suitable for discussions or film screenings. No desks; equipped with a projector.
Open Classroom G03 (ground floor)
Cannot be closed off from the rest of the floor; open for general use when not reserved for a class. Mobile tables; equipped with a projector.
The Project Room is a small gallery space which hosts a variety of art exhibitions. Classes, groups, or individuals interested in showing in The Project Room should contact John Hosford at firstname.lastname@example.org.