The third floor and connector to Hatcher are closed for Clark Commons Project construction
Masking is optional
Study spaces available whenever the building is open, see library lobby information services desk hours and details
Learn how to navigate Shapiro Library by viewing its floor plans, physical accessibility information, and more.
Askwith Media Library
Askwith Media Library makes available a comprehensive collection of films and television programs for study, individual viewing, classroom screenings, and more, in a variety of formats.
Refuel at this first-floor spot named after longtime library supporter Bert Askwith.
Computer and Video Game Archive
The Computer and Video Game Archive (CVGA) acquires, maintains, and makes available an extensive collection of video games, consoles, board games, and more, from the 1970s to today.
Design Lab PIE Space
Meet for a group project and get inspired in this open workspace.
Design Lab Workshop
Get creative with our 3D printers, die cutters, engraving machine, and other hands-on equipment.
Knox Adaptive Technology Center
An accessible computing site that provides specialized hardware and software, including voice recognition technology.
Perlstein Editing Room
Equipment for audio and video production and post-production, game design, 3D and graphic design, data visualization, animation, and more.
Shapiro Lobby Information Services Desk
Manage your account, check out special equipment, and more.
Sweetland Peer Writing Center
Get writing help from fellow students in a consulting space at the library.
Winberg Audio Production Room
Professional space to produce and edit audio and record music.
Bert's Study Lounge
A café-like atmosphere with mixed seating, ideal for group meetings.
Shapiro Basement Spaces
Movable tables and chairs in an open space.
Shapiro Floor 1 Spaces
A large open area with a variety of seating options and tables. This is a Collaborative Zone.
Shapiro Floor 2 Spaces
More talkative study areas, especially in the evenings.
Shapiro Floor 4
This floor of Shapiro is quieter, with windowed nooks and tables among the book stacks.