Regenstein A Level Reading Room

Masking Requirements - Eating and Drinking

In Library spaces where snacks and drinks are allowed, and in spaces designated for meals, please follow the University policies for masking:

A fully vaccinated individual may remove their face coverings when actively eating or drinking. An unvaccinated individual may remove their face coverings when actively eating or drinking so long as they maintain six feet of social distance from others.

Masks are required at all times when not actively eating or drinking.

Regenstein A Level Reading Room

About

The Regenstein A Level Reading Room is an inviting and attractive collaborative learning environment where students, faculty, academic technologists, and librarians can interact. 

A 27-foot bar-height table equipped with convenient access to duplex power outlets greets users just beyond the entry.

The center of the room is an open group work area. Seven hanging whiteboards with adjacent power outlets are available in the central open work zone.

Around this central zone are 10 collaboration rooms. Their walls are covered in clear dry erase paint and can be used as whiteboards. These rooms are available on a first-come, first-served basis and allow four to six people to work together comfortably.

A terrazzo floor with café-style seating is located along the glass wall on the north side of the A Level. This space provides users with inspiring views of the Block Garden.

Sixty day lockers are available in one of the small rooms along the west wall.

Two vending machines are located on the west side of the terazzo, one stocked with beverages, the other with supplies such as headphones, dry erase markers, pens, post-it notes, and mini-staplers.

A multifunction device for copying, printing, and scanning is also available.

The A Level Reading Room and Ex Libris are the only spaces in Regenstein where meals and messy or smelly food are permitted.