The Library Commons is designed to foster recruitment, retention and academic success. It includes collaborative study spaces, increased seating, and improved data and electrical connectivity. The spaces are ideal for students, staff, and faculty group study and team projects. Please review the information below to determine which space most adequately meets the needs of your group.
The Thomas G. Carpenter Library houses 20 group study rooms throughout the building. These rooms provide workspace for group study and collaborative work.
The Library Commons is equipped with several types of Media:Scape tables specifically designed to support collaborative group work.
A limited number of study carrels are available to currently enrolled doctoral students, thesis-writing graduate students, and graduate students on an annual basis.
Study Carrel Approval Process:
The library has Dell laptops and Macbook Pros available for use in the building.
Texas Instruments TI-84 Plus Graphing Calculators
Scantron sheets are available for purchase in the vending machine located on the first floor.
A scantron test scanner is available for faculty and staff use on the first floor of the library near the Research Desk. This machine will take GREEN, BLUE, PURPLE and BROWN scantrons.
Scantron machines are also located in other buildings on campus.
CIRT scantron machine will only take the PINK parscore scantrons.
CCB scantron machine will take GREEN scantrons.
BCH (Clinical and Applied Movement Sciences) machine will take GREEN and PINK scantrons. The machine in BCH was purchased by BCH; because of this they have an agreement that this machine is only to be used by professors in this college unless the scantron in the library breaks.
Psychology machine will take GREEN and PINK scantrons. Psychology purchased this machine and maintains an on-site support agreement.
Scanners are available on the first, second and third floors and can be used at no charge.
Epson Perfection V200 Photo scanners
Epson GT-20000 Document Scanner
Scanned documents should be saved to cloud storage or a flash drive or sent via email.