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Services: Group Study and Quiet Spaces

Ball State University students, faculty and staff may reserve a variety of comfortable study and meeting rooms for collaborative study, learning, meetings, and small conferences.
  • Study Rooms: Ideal for individual and group study sessions or small meetings.
  • Education, Music, and Media Rooms: Uses include training sessions, presentations, departmental meetings, and class sessions when using Bracken Library resources.
  • Schwartz Digital Complex: Meetings, presentations, and collaborative group work.
  • Computer Spaces: Faculty, staff, and graduate assistants may reserve these areas, featuring between 26 and 28 computers facing an instructor/presenter station.
  • Conference/Presentation Rooms: Faculty, staff, and graduate assistants may reserve these areas, commonly used for larger presentations, lectures, and departmental events.
  • Scholar Carrels: Faculty members, graduate students, and doctoral fellows may request these lockable rooms.

See our print-friendly Room Comparison Guide to compare features of our study and meeting rooms.

Questions about rooms in Bracken Library? Please contact the Administrative Services Office, Bracken Library Room 218, 765-285-5277.