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Places to Study on Campus

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In Hale Library

The Anita C. Lehner 24-Hour Study Area on the first floor of Hale Library is always open.


Suggestions for Other Study and Meeting Rooms on Campus

Ask in the office of your college or unit for suggestions

Leadership Studies

K-State students, faculty, and staff, no charge
General Building Policy
Reservation Form

Alumni Center

K-State students, faculty, staff, and Alumni Association members, no charge
 - - four 4-8 person conference rooms may be reserved Monday-Friday 8:00am-5:00pm
Larger rooms and non-university fees  - Rent the Alumni Center

K-State Union

The Union is open 24/7.

No charge in some rooms for OSAS registered student organizations
No charge for Staterooms 1, 2, or 3 when used by University departments
Rooms and fees - See Appendix B of the Union Governing Board Policies
Detailed room descriptions
Online reservation tool

International Student Center

No charge, available to all, no reservation needed
-- Small lounge (up to 6 people) and lobby (up to 20 people)
For a fee, Multipurpose Room

Jardine / Housing and Dining

For a fee, available to everyone, indoor and outdoor spaces at Jardine
Several spaces have up-to-date technology
Catering available through nearby JP's Sports Grill
Reservation Form

Career Center

Individuals who need a room for a job interview can schedule one with the Career Center by calling 785-532-1681.

Business Administration

Small (2-6 people) study rooms and individual study spaces throughout the building. Contact the Student Success Center for more information by calling 785-532-6180. 

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