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Study Spaces

Library Study Spaces in the Kohli Center

The library is housed in a 30,000-square foot facility that is open 24 hours per day, 7 days per week for NEOMED keycard holders. This facility includes a large, quiet study area with 52 individual study carrels; wireless access; 12 public computer stations; 4 large group study rooms; 7 small group study rooms; informal seating areas for 300 people and the Read Distance Education Center (RDEC). The RDEC is a multimedia classroom with 40 computer workstations; 2 smart boards; an instructor’s computer; remote classroom and video conferencing capabilities. All library computer workstations have Microsoft Office products, full Internet and e-mail access.

The library group-study rooms offer a variety of learning and discovery tools. All group study rooms are equipped with computers with large display capabilities. Two group rooms are outfitted with white board tables that are conducive to brainstorming sessions. 

Library users are encouraged to follow this guidelines to create the best experience for everyone.

  • Study rooms and equipment, like the mobile whiteboards, are available on a first come, first served basis.
  • Please return any furniture, equipment, or materials to its original location so that it is easy for others to find.
  • Please do not leave unattended personal belongings in group study rooms, make the space available for other users.
  • Group use of the study rooms is prioritized over individual use. Individual users may be asked to accommodate a group.
  • Thank you for keeping the library spaces clean and ready for the next user.
  • If you have questions or concerns regarding the library spaces, please visit the Help Desk, call: 330-325-6600, or e-mail:

Quiet Study Areas

This area is located on the north end of the library nearest to the "G" building and the top of the stair from Campbell atrium (also referred to as the NEW Center Atrium). Study carrels, bistro tables and movable white boards are provided for your use. Dry erase markers can be checked out at the help desk.

There are also eight group study rooms located in the "Quite Study Area".  They are equipped with LCD projectors, computers, tables, chairs and white boards. These rooms seat 6 - 8 individuals. 

There are times when this area is scheduled for curricular activities. Every attempt is made to ensure students are notified prior to the event.

Study tables and book collection

24/7 Quite Study Area

Library Computers

Quiet Area Study Rooms