Library Spaces

CSIL Crerar Computer Lab CSIL: Computer Science Instructional Laboratory
The John Crerar Library
CSIL (Computer Science Instructional Laboratory) is a group of classrooms and computers located in Crerar Library but managed by the Computer Science department. When classes and events are not taking place, users can access the Apple computers in and around two of the classrooms, although computer science students and those doing academic work have priority.
Default Placeholder Photo Crerar Computer Classroom
The John Crerar Library
The Crerar Computer Classroom is located in Crerar Lower Level East, before you enter the library gate.
Default Placeholder Photo Crerar Group Studies
The John Crerar Library
There are 2 group study rooms on the Lower Level of Crerar that can be booked by current students, staff, and faculty at the University of Chicago.
Crerar First Floor Crerar Library, 1st Floor
The John Crerar Library
Much of the 1st floor of Crerar is currently under construction, however CSIL, the Mother's Room, restrooms, and a meal area in a future cafe space are all available during construction.
D'Angelo Law Study Room 211A D'Angelo Law Study Room 211A
The D'Angelo Law Library
Group study room on the second floor of D'Angelo Law Library. Seating for 8. For the use of the Law School students, faculty, and staff only.
D'Angelo Law Study Room 413 D'Angelo Law Study Room 413
The D'Angelo Law Library
Group study room on the fourth floor of D'Angelo Law Library. Seating for 8. For the use of the Law School students, faculty, and staff only.
D'Angelo Law Study Room 514 D'Angelo Law Study Room 514
The D'Angelo Law Library
Group study room on fifth floor of the D'Angelo Law Library. Seating for 4. Includes video conference system. For the use of the Law School students, faculty, and staff only.
D'Angelo Law Study Room 613 D'Angelo Law Study Room 613
The D'Angelo Law Library
Group study room on the sixth floor of D'Angelo Law Library. Seating for 8. For the use of the Law School students, faculty, and staff only.
Regenstein Classroom 207 Library Classroom 207
The Joseph Regenstein Library
Library classroom intended for formal instruction sessions by library staff and special class sessions by University faculty during regular teaching hours.
Regenstein Classroom 522 Library Classroom 522
The Joseph Regenstein Library
Library classroom intended for formal instruction sessions by library staff and special class sessions by University faculty during regular teaching hours.
Regenstein Classroom 523 Library Classroom 523
The Joseph Regenstein Library
Library classroom intended for formal instruction sessions by library staff and special class sessions by University faculty during regular teaching hours.
Regenstein Library Classroom 207 (photo by Lloyd DeGrane) Library Classrooms
The Joseph Regenstein Library
Library Classrooms are primarily intended for formal instruction sessions by library staff and special class sessions by University faculty. During regular teaching hours, groups may use library classrooms on a first come, first served basis only when the classroom has not been reserved for an instruction session. Groups should vacate a classroom at least 10 minutes prior to the start time of a posted session. Groups may reserve library classrooms outside of regular teaching hours only.
Regenstein A Level Reading Room Regenstein A Level Reading Room
The Joseph Regenstein Library
The Regenstein A Level Reading Room is an inviting and attractive collaborative learning environment where students, faculty, academic technologists, and librarians can interact.
Group Studies Regenstein Group Studies
The Joseph Regenstein Library
Regenstein has 19 group studies that may be reserved for up to 3 hours a day by groups of two or more users via Book a Room whenever Regenstein is open. Group studies are located in the 2nd, 3rd, 4th, and 5th Floor Reading Rooms.