Spaces to Study, Collaborate and Chill
Egan Library on the Juneau Campus offers a variety of seating options and flexible spaces to accommodate quiet study, computing and collaboration. Large windows and skylights fill the library with abundant natural light and forest, lake and mountain views. The Learning, Testing and Writing Centers are located on the lower level of the library.
There are seven study rooms and two conference rooms throughout the Egan library. Study rooms are great for solo study, attending a live online class or collaborative group work that might be too loud for other spaces. Study rooms can be reserved up to three hours a day, up to one week in advance by UA students, staff and faculty. Please make a reservation before using a study room. Priority will be given to users with a reservation.
Interested in bringing your event to the Egan Library? We are pleased to accommodate activities complementary to our academic support mission. Lectures, scholastic award ceremonies, art exhibits, performances and conferences are examples of mission-compatible events that enrich our campus and our community.
The large open seating area on the first floor of the Egan Library offers an appealing location for public events. The basic configuration consists of 150 chairs (in rows), a stage, and a podium. The space can accommodate up to 175 in chairs.
As a research and academic support facility, we strive to maintain quiet study areas for students so prefer to schedule events to occur after library hours.
Please visit the UAS Room Scheduling page for information about use of Egan Library 104 (Media Screening Room) or any of the Egan Wing classrooms (including the Egan Lecture Hall and Glacier View Room).