The study areas described below are located at Thigpen Library in Gallatin. The library spaces at Springfield, Livingston, and Cookeville provide computer labs with a small number of study tables. Springfield's library includes one group study room.
The Silent Study Room is located on the library's second floor. No talking or other noise disturbances is allowed in this room.
The Practice Presentation Room is available on the second floor (Room 221) for you to practice and record presentations. Please present your student ID card to check out a key.
Seven (7) group study rooms are available on the second floor. Please present your student ID card to check out a key.
Four (4) of the group study rooms incorporate Clear Touch Interactive Panels: these are digital whiteboards integrated with fully functional computers for internet access and software applications, such as Microsoft Office.
The first floor is a conversation-friendly zone wherein talking is allowed -but no loud noise or rowdiness.
Reservations may be made at the circulation service ("ASK") desk in person, by phone (615-230-3400) or by email (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Rooms are checked out for two hours; renewals are contingent upon availability.
These guides have additional information on library services that may be of interest.