Spaces to Study & Work

students using study room

Student Collaborative Spaces

Our collaborative areas offer computers and large monitors for group work. Two or more people must be working together. There is a two hour limit per person per day. Bookings can be made 2 weeks in advance. If you have any questions about booking a space, call or visit the service desk at that location.

White board markers, HDMI adaptors, pens, and highlighters are available at the Circulation Desk.

UNH faculty and staff looking to reserve a conference room during business hours should refer to our Conference Rooms page.

Location Capacity (people) Rooms How to Reserve
Dimond Library 2-5 Rooms 121, 123, 125 (level 1 map), 349, & 351 (level 3 map) Reserve Online
Collaborative Work Spaces (level 3 map); Level 3 near IT Support Center First come, first served; priority given to groups over individual use
12 Room 337 (level 3 map) Priority given to groups or individuals using the Geospatial Services Center (GSC).
20 Room 537* (level 5 map); equipped with projector, no food permitted Reserve Online
10 Room 221 A (semi-private conference room) Reserve Online
6 Room 221 Alcoves B, C, D, E, F, G Reserve Online
10 327 (level 3 map) Available for student use on weekends and after 5 p.m. on weekdays Reserve Online
30 352 (level 3 map) Available for student use on weekends and after 5 p.m. on weekdays Reserve Online
Engineering, Math & CS Library Kingsbury Hall, S236 12 Rooms L, M, N, & P; no food permitted Reserve Online
6 Room S 236 Alcoves 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 Reserve Online
Physics Library DeMeritt Hall, 114 10 Room 114B; no food permitted Reserve Online
Chemistry Library Parsons Hall (Iddles Wing), N109 10 Rm N109B; equipped with projector; no food permitted Reserve Online

*If you reserve room 537 (Dimond), you will need to get the key from the Circulation Desk in exchange for your ID.

Quiet Study Space

Q means Quiet Space
These locations are designated for individual study, where there should be no talking and no audible electronic devices, including cell phones.

Library users in quiet study areas whose study is disrupted are asked to first approach those who are noisy and ask them to be quiet. If necessary, please contact library staff for assistance. Library users who do not maintain quiet will be asked to leave the quiet study area.

Cell phones and conversations in Dimond Library can be taken to the Level 3 (Main Level) lobby, the building stairwells, or the areas by the North elevators on each floor. At the branches, please go out into the hall, well away from open doorways.