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Fall 2020: Sherrill and Moriarty Library are closed as part of the Lesley University COVID-19 response.  Please visit us online through our library website and via our Ask-A-Librarian service, and see our Fall 2020 Remote Services Guide.

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Quiet Zones

Want to work in peace and quiet? Sherrill Library's third floor is designated for silent study. It's the only place in the library where you'll ever hear "Shhh!"

Individual Study Rooms

Sherrill Library has individual study rooms for students on the 2nd and 3rd floor. You can reserve a room for up to three-hour blocks of time and up to two weeks in advance. When it's time for your reservation, check out the key for your study room at the Sherrill Library Info Desk.

Moriarty Library does not distinguish between individual and group study rooms, and students wishing to work alone or in a group have access to the same spaces. Just be sure to reserve a room, but you do not need to pick up keys because all Moriarty work rooms are unlocked.

Room 213 in Sherrill Library
Group Study Space on the Second Floor of Sherrill Library

Group Study Rooms

Working on a group project? Need to collaborate? Group study rooms are available at both Sherrill and Moriarty Library. Reserve a Sherrill meeting room, or a Moriarty meeting room.

Attention: Sherrill Library group study rooms are unavailable durring construction. Please use the group study rooms in Moriarty Library.

These spaces remain unlocked and feature conference tables, chairs, and projectors for screen sharing. Stop by the Info Desk if you need peripherals.

Photograph of room 241 on the second floor of Moriarty Library
Group Study Space on the Second Floor of Moriarty Library


Questions about reserving a space? See our Room Reservation Policy for more details.

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