|Library/room name||Room location||Seats up to||Features|
|Waldo, Room 1||Lower Level, across from central staircase||10||Large monitor|
|Waldo, Room 2||Lower Level, across from central staircase||6||Large monitor|
|Waldo Room 3||Lower Level, near Classroom B||6|
|Waldo, Room 4||Lower Level, near Classroom B. Entrance is through Group Study Room 3||10|
|Waldo, Room 5||2nd Floor, center of the building||10||Large monitor|
|Waldo, Room 6||2nd Floor, center of the building||6|
|Waldo, Room 7||2nd Floor, near the Makerspace||4||Large monitor|
Current Western Michigan University students, faculty and staff can reserve study rooms at Waldo Library. Reserve a study room ahead of time or present your Bronco Card at the Service Desk to check one out.
Group study rooms (2-10 people)
We have seven group study rooms at Waldo Library for groups of two or more. These study rooms can be reserved for up to 2 hours, 14 days in advance. Additional time can be given if there are no other scheduled reservations.
All group study rooms feature tables, chairs and whiteboards. Ask for markers for the whiteboards at the Service Desk. Some of the rooms have large monitors or projectors that you can use with your laptop. Cables and adapters are available in the rooms or for check out.
Individual study rooms (1 person)
When you need a quiet place to study, we have 11 individual study rooms at Waldo Library that you can use. Six of these study rooms can be reserved for up to 4 hours, 14 days in advance. The other five study rooms can be reserved for an entire day.
All individual study rooms are equipped with a desk and chair.