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How Do I?: Collaborative Rooms

Collaborative Rooms

Collaborative rooms are available on a first come, first serve basis for cadets. Gather a group of 3 cadets to come checkout a room. 

  • Exceptions: If you need to practice a presentation, or practice a language out loud, tell the staff member at the Front Desk, and you can check out a room for that purpose.
  • Please the leave the rooms in the same or better condition that you found them in so they will be ready for the next group to use.

Faculty may reserve collaborative rooms. Learn how to reserve rooms in the USMA Library.

Types of Collaborative Rooms

Small Study Rooms

Room Seats Computer Display
JH 302 4 - Wall-Mounted Television
JH 303 4 - Wall-Mounted Television
JH 402 4 - Wall-Mounted Television
JH 403 4 - Wall-Mounted Television
JH 502 4 - Wall-Mounted Television
JH 503 4 - Wall-Mounted Television

Medium Meeting Rooms

Room Seats Computer Display
JH 501 8 Yes Wall-Mounted Television
JH 513 12 - Overhead Projector

Larger Meeting Rooms or Classrooms 

Room Seats Computer Display
JH 301 18 Yes Overhead Projector
JH 401 18  Yes Overhead Projector
JH 514 35 Yes Overhead Projector & Wall-Mounted Television
  • All rooms exept JH513 can accommodate CD Audio, audio-in-via 1/8 mini-plug, VHS, DVD or Blu-Ray.
  • All rooms except JH513 have VGA connections for instructor's laptop.
  • The library has a portable VTC system that can be used in any room. Contact Travis Schaben at x3185 or by email to arrange to use.

Places to Study

Where are good places to study and work on projects?

  • Group Work
    • Check out a collaborative room
    • Or use the tables and chairs located on floors 2-4 in the central areas of the library.
  • Plebe Study areas: The tables in the NE section of the library (above the Mounger Writing Center) on the 4th floor are reserved for plebe study areas.
  • Solo Work: There are study carrels and individual chairs along the outer walls of the library on every floor.
  • Quiet Floor: The 5th floor is designated as the quiet floor if you prefer quiet to study.
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