Library Spaces

4th Floor Reading Room Regenstein 4th Floor Reading Room
The Joseph Regenstein Library
Regenstein's 4th Floor Reading Room houses several specialized reference collections and provides a variety of furniture options for quiet study.
Mansueto Library Grand Reading Room Mansueto Grand Reading Room
The Joe and Rika Mansueto Library
Located under the south side of the glass dome, the 8,000-square-foot Grand Reading Room has seating capacity for 180 users and is designed for quiet study.
2nd Floor Reading Room Regenstein 2nd Floor Reading Room
The Joseph Regenstein Library
Regenstein's 2nd Floor Reading Room houses several collections and provides a variety of furniture options for quiet study.
3rd Floor Reading Room Regenstein 3rd Floor Reading Room
The Joseph Regenstein Library
Regenstein's 3rd Floor Reading Room houses several collections and provides a variety of furniture options for quiet study.
5th Floor Reading Room Regenstein 5th Floor Reading Room
The Joseph Regenstein Library
Regenstein's 5th Floor Reading Room houses several specialized collections and provides a variety of furniture options for quiet study.
Regenstein 5th Floor, East Asian Reading Room Regenstein 5th Floor East Asian Reading Room (Room 520)
The Joseph Regenstein Library
Regenstein's 5th Floor East Asian Reading Room houses reference and current periodicals collections dedicated to East Asia and provides a variety of furniture options for quiet study.
Regenstein 1st Floor Reading Room Regenstein 1st Floor Reading Room
The Joseph Regenstein Library
Regenstein's 1st Floor Reading Room is a collaborative space and serves as the Library's All Night Study Space when classes are in session.
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.
Ex Libris Cafe Ex Libris Cafe
The Joseph Regenstein Library
Ex Libris Cafe is a student-run cafe located in the northeast corner of the 1st Floor of Regenstein. The café provides a welcoming space that can comfortably seat 75 users. Faculty, students and staff who wish to take a break from their work in Regenstein can enjoy access to food and beverage services at reasonable prices in an attractive space. Ex Libris’ menu includes fresh panini, cold sandwiches, salads, sushi, assorted pastries, desserts, candy and snacks, in addition to a full coffee and espresso bar with a loose leaf tea service. When Ex Libris is closed, the seating area remains open as a space to take a break to eat and drink during all the hours that Regenstein is open, including All-Night Study hours. Vending machines are also available in the space.
Crerar First Floor Crerar Library, 1st Floor
The John Crerar Library
The 1st floor of Crerar contains our circulation desk and course reserves, reference desk and collection, digital media, and unbound journals. It also provides access to CSIL, the Kathleen Zar Room, and the Crerar Board Room. There are 15 PC computers for patrons, as well as two Copy/Print/Scan machines.
Default Placeholder Photo Crerar, Lower Level West
The John Crerar Library
Crerar's Lower Level West is home to all of Crerar's collections: Library of Congress call numbers Q - TZ, folios, and all Dewey materials are shelved in the Lower Level bookstacks, along with Lower Level Reference and Media collections.
Eckhart Library Reading Room Eckhart Library Reading Room
Eckhart Library
Eckhart Library offers an open reading room environment with long wood tables for quiet study as well as some comfortable single person seating.
Wilson Reading Room Wilson Reading Room
The D'Angelo Law Library
Main reading room on the 2nd and 3rd floors of the D'Angelo Law Library.