301 - The Montgomery Family Conference Room, Hale 301A, is on the south side of the third floor of Hale Library. Map
401 - The William T. Kemper Foundation Conference Room, Hale 401B, is on the south side of the fourth floor of Hale Library. Map
Both 301 and 401 are available for K-State students, staff, and faculty to reserve evenings (after 5:00 pm) and weekends. Feel free to use one of the rooms anytime, day or night, if no one else is occupying the rooms or has it reserved. A RoomWizard device displays the scheduled appointments outside each room. The equipment in the room is unavailable for public use, however you can checkout equipment from ITAC; please contact ITAC (532-4918) after making your reservation.
407 - Room 407 is a computing lab located on the north side of the fourth floor of Hale library. The capacity for people in this room is 49. A library liasion is required for using this room, and will be the point of contact regarding reservations.
501 - The Hemisphere Room is located on the 5th floor. Once you exit the elevator or stairway, go through the double doors to your right. Reserve the Hemisphere Room
Meditation Alcove - The Meditation Alcove is located on the south side of the 4th floor in Hale Library. To provide a quiet, contemplative, and reflective space welcomed by all, we ask that you please practice quietly and that you do not move furniture or leave personal items in the alcove.
Quiet Floor - In Hale Library, we have designated the entire third floor, including the Great room, as our quiet area. If a person or group of people are being particularly noisy in a quiet zone, use the Ask-a-Librarian chat widget and let us know where the noise is coming from. We can send a library staff person or security guard to request they lower their voices or move to a different floor. Keep in mind that these are "quiet", not "silent" zones and there may be some noise occasionally.
InfoCommons - Located in Hale Library, the InfoCommons is a university computer lab supported by Information Technology Services. Hale Library has hundreds of computers (PCs and Macs) available throughout the building,the majority of which are on the 2nd floor.
This chart displays PC computers that are idle and most likely available for use: Computers available in Hale by floor - chart does not include Mac computers
Graduate Study Rooms - Hale Library has fifty-one individual desks in a shared space available for graduate study. For access or more information see: Graduate Study Rooms
Kansas State Polytechnic, Math/Physics, Weigel Architecture, and the Veterinary Medical Libraries
To learn about the availability of rooms or study areas at any of these libraries, please contact the individual library directly.