The library has eight study rooms — two on the first floor and six on the second floor, she said. Raia said the rooms are built to accommodate anywhere from two to eight people studying at any given time.
Other rooms are available as well, Raia said.
“We also have a collaboration room. The collaboration room has equipment that allows you to hook your device of choice up to a screen.”
Some rooms also come equipped with dry erase boards, she said, with erasers and markers available at the circulation desk.
While all of the rooms are first-come, first-served, Raia said, the library also accepts reservations for up to two hours. Students can call in those reservations, she said.
“If no one else is scheduled after you, then, you’re free to hang around as long as you want,” she said.
For more information, contact the Library Assistance Desk at 405-682-1611, ext. 7251.