Cabell Library Study Spaces
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First and Second Floors — Group Study
You'll find computing and collaborative study spaces, including group study rooms.
Third and Fourth Floors — Quiet Study
- Third Floor: Quiet, whisper-only study space
- Fourth Floor:
Multimedia and Technology
- The Workshop, run by the Innovative Media department, on the lower level, is a media resource center open to all members of the VCU community. You may reserve work stations in advance.
- Gaming/Viewing Room, Room 078, seats up to six people and may be reserved online in advance.
- Assistive Technology Room, Room 153, is wheelchair accessible and designed primarily for the visually-impaired.
- Classrooms, Room 203 and 205
- Multipurpose Room, Room 250
- Training room and classroom, Room 321
- IT Support Center, lower level (Access via the main elevator in Cabell.)
- Classrooms and a training room are also located on the lower level
- Starbucks, first floor
Cabell Library--expanded in 2015--provides useful, creative and inspirational spaces to meet the needs of students today and tomorrow. More than 90 percent of the 93,000 new square feet added in 2015, is for students and researchers, not for materials or staff.