The library offers small rooms available for individual use on the second and third floors of Stapleton Library. Each room is equipped with a desk, chair, small shelf, and electrical outlets.

The individual study rooms on the second and third floors of Stapleton Library (rooms 209–246 and 313–342) are available to anyone on a first-come, first-served basis. Only one person may use an individual study room at a time. Groups of two or more studying together should use the group study rooms or open seating on the ground and first floors. Please note the following when using an open individual study room:

  • When finished with the room, remove all items (including garbage) and turn out the light.
  • Personal items should not be left unattended. Unattended items left in a room will be removed by library staff.
  • The library is not responsible for theft of personal belongings placed in any room.
  • Nothing is to be affixed to the room's walls or windows. The use of nails, tape, tacks, glue, etc. is prohibited.
  • The use of personal appliances such as coffee makers, hot water pots, etc., or flammable items (e.g., candles) is expressly prohibited.
  • Rooms are checked regularly by library student workers and library staff. If you are found violating the individual study room use policy, you will be asked to vacate the room.

Report any problems with the rooms to the Circulation Desk or call 724-357-2340.