The Earl S. Richardson Library has a variety of types of rooms to reserve available to Morgan State University students and employees. To reserve any of the following rooms, you will need to use your @morgan.edu e-mail address. Choose from the following types of rooms to reserve, or scroll down for more information about each.
PLEASE NOTE: To protect the health and safety of our patrons, study rooms are currently available for only two students at a time THANK YOU
There are study rooms on the south perimeter of the second floor available for collaborative study and projects ONLY.
There are private study rooms on the south perimeter of the third floor available for graduate students who are working on their dissertations or theses ONLY.
The Graduate and Honors Study Carrel Room is located in room 311 is available to registered graduate and honors students on a first-come/first-served basis.
Reserve a Faculty & Graduate Study Room by contacting the Circulation Department at (443) 885-3477 or firstname.lastname@example.org to inquire about applying for use of the Graduate Study Room 311.
Space is ONLY to be reserved for workshop, training, mid-term, and final exam (No for regular classes) and ONLY by faculty & staff. For exams, reserving faculty member must be present.
The Benjamin J. Quarrels Room (119) is located on the first floor, to the right of the main elevators. The room has glass windows facing in to the Library spaces. The Quarles Room seats up to 20 persons. Tables are oriented in a long conference room style.
The Blount Room (120C) is located inside of the first floor lounge; access is from the area between the main outer and inner entrance/exit doors. The room is more private with no windows facing into the Library. The Blount Room seats up to 24 persons. Tables are arranged in round-table fashion.
The Multimedia Department may be reserved to view videos - both streaming from the internet or from physical media like DVDs and USB drives - on the department's big screen tv. The department is able to seat up to 30 persons. All material viewed in the Multimedia Room must be owned or licensed by the Library.