Answered By: Robert Sebek Last Updated: Aug 08, 2017 Views: 57
Newman Library has a variety of spaces for you to study in. Find one that suits your need:
Group study floors - The first, second, and fourth floors of Newman Library have been designated group study floors.
Graduate study room (416 Newman) - The Graduate study room (416 Newman) is a space reserved for graduate students to study and relax. Access is limited through the Hokie Passport, which must be swiped before the door will open. (If your Hokie Passport does not open the door, contact the Graduate School.)
Group study rooms - Group study rooms with conference-style tables and white boards are available on a first-come, first-served basis. Four are located on the fourth floor. Each is equipped with a large screen monitor that users can connect to their laptop to practice presentations or to collaborate on a project with others
SCALE UP classroom - The SCALE-UP classroom, 101S Newman Library, is available as a study space outside of regular class hours: 7:00pm - 7:00am weekdays, and all day on weekends. The monitor control system automatically switches during study hours to allow users connect to the monitor closest to their table, using the cable in the center of that table. Swipe your Hokie Passport for access.