Huntington University is a Christian liberal arts college in Indiana

study and meeting space

Collarborative Study

 
  Students who are working in a group or who do not need quiet, the main level has comfortable seating areas, the Audio-Visual group study area that is equipped with a large screen TV hooked up to DVD/VCR and to a computer if the group wants to share computer work.  The room also has a white board for collaborative work.  The tables and chairs on the main level are on wheels for ease of moving around to form a group work area.

Individual Study

 
 
 Individual Study Carrels The Library provides several individual study carrels throughout the building. Each study carrel is independently lighted and has outlets for your electronic devices. Normally study carrels are not reserved but if you have the need to occupy a particular carrel for a semester please see one of the Librarians for more information.

Group Study Rooms

 
 
Group Study Rooms

Four group study rooms are provided on the upper level of the library. Each room is equipped with a chalk board, TV and DVD player. The can accommodate four people. The rooms are on a first-come basis, no reservations needed or accepted.

Group tables that seat four to six are also scattered throughout the building.

After Hours Study

 
 
 After Hours Entrance  The After Hours Study Room is provided for individual or group study after the library is closed. It is normally locked by Campus Security at 2:00 a.m. Students wishing to use the room after 2:00 a.m. should contact Campus Security at 224-1412.
 After Hours Interior  During regular hours the area is available as a snack room or group study room. A soda machine is located in this area.

Johnson Conference Room

 
 
 Johnson Conference Room The Harold M. Johnson Conference Room is named after the longtime Huntington University Trustee who served from 1953 to 1976. The conference room can be used for campus meetings or outside events. It is located to the left of Main Entrance as you enter the building. It seats approximately 50 people and is equipped with two screens, a write-on board, wireless and wired network connections, a podium with microphone, and a sink. Other equipment such as video projectors should be reserved at least 24 hours in advance from the library's Audiovisual Coordinator. The Conference Room must be reserved ahead of time with Conference Services.

Library Seminar Room

 
 
 Library Seminar Room The Library Seminar is located to the left of Main Entrance as you enter the building. It comfortably seats 8 people. It is equipped with a write-on board, wireless and wired network connections and a phone jack. Other equipment such as video projectors should be reserved at least 24 hours in advance from the library's Audiovisual Coordinator. The Seminar Room must be reserved ahead of time with Conference Services.