Find spaces in the library that best fits your study needs.
We have group study areas, private study rooms, a Video Production Suite, an audiovisual room, study rooms for faculty, staff, and graduate students, recorded music room, and a nursing mother’s room to reserve.
Due to Covid-19, study rooms are assigned maximum occupancy, please do not bring in extra chairs.
Faculty/Staff/Graduate Student private Study Rooms
Video Production Suite
The library has 64 lockers on the third floor (outside of Room 302). Lockers are available to all currently enrolled Boise State University students. There is no per semester cost. Keys can be checked out at the Circulation Desk. Lost locker keys will be assessed a $40.00 replacement fee.
Study Room Policies
All Student Study Rooms Policy
- Be courteous to your neighbors in adjoining rooms and outside the rooms. Keep a moderate noise level. Rooms are not soundproof.
- Students are responsible for their own belongings and items left in rooms will be placed in the library Lost and Found.
- Students without reservations must vacate the room when requested by students with valid reservations.
Study Areas and Services by Floor
The 1st Floor is a collaborative work environment best suited for group work. Conversational noise is expected.
- Circulation and Reserves Desk
- Reference Desk and Reference Collection
- Librarian Offices
- Computer Lab
- Quick Look-Up/Print computers and print release stations
- Individual carrels, multiple person carrels, tables, and individual seating.
- Group Study/Presentation Room 110
The 2nd Floor, with the exception of the McCain Reading Room, is a collaborative work environment best suited for group work. Conversational noise is expected. The McCain room is a quiet study area designed for focused individual work.
- Library classrooms 203 and 201C
- Video Production Suite 205
- Library Dean’s Office 215
- Library staff areas 217
- Special Collections and Archives
- Call numbers A-D
- MakerLab 201
- McCain Reading Room
- Quiet individual study tables and carrels.
The 3rd Floor is a quiet floor, best for quiet study groups and individuals preferring a quieter atmosphere. Shared study rooms are also located on this floor. Desktop computers are located in the north end by the windows overlooking the river.
- 302 Recorded Music Room
- There are 11 reservable rooms on the 3rd floor. To reserve your room go to https://boisestate.libcal.com/spaces
- Curriculum Resource Collection and Idaho Textbooks
- Media Collection and call numbers E-P
The 4th Floor is a quiet floor, best for quiet study groups and individuals preferring a quieter atmosphere. Shared study rooms are also located on this floor. Desktop computers are located in the north end by the windows overlooking the river.