Answered By: Howard-Tilton Memorial Library
Last Updated: May 12, 2016     Views: 39

Howard-Tilton has group study rooms on the first floor. Go through the glass doors beyond the PJ's coffee stand and take a left at the first row of books. There you will find two group study rooms with white boards and large monitors for group work. Bring your own Mac Mini DisplayPort to VGA Adapter to connect to the large monitor.

Group work is also welcome in the Learning Commons on the 1st floor, in the elevator lobbies, and in the snack lounge in the basement.

Group work is not allowed in the Selley Study Commons on the 3rd floor.

On the fourth floor, the Latin American Library Seminar Room is available for group study (first-come, first-served) when not reserved for course use or for scheduled meetings and events.

A group study room is available on the fifth floor on the Dixon side of the building.

Room 602 off the elevator lobby is available for group study if not reserved for a class or meeting. Student organizations registered with the Office of Student Programs may also reserve this room for meetings. Meetings must be approved and may be scheduled no more than two weeks in advance. To reserve this room, contact Lisa Hooper at lhooper1@tulane.edu.

If you need a quiet room for a Skype interview, check with the Tulane Career Center.


First Floor Group Study Rooms




The Latin American Library Seminar Room (4th floor)

 

Fifth Floor Group Study Room



 


Room 602