The Lilly Library has a number of classrooms of differing sizes and configurations. Each space is equipped with standard technology, including a teaching computer, podium, and projector.
Located on the ground floor, the Lecture Hall features flexible furniture that can be arranged for individual group work, lectures, or seminars. Comfortable class capacity is approximately 40 students.
Located on the main level of the Lilly Library, the Slocum Room features flexible furniture that can be arranged for individual group work, lectures, or seminars. Comfortable class capacity is approximately 25 students.
Also located on the main level of the Lilly Library, the LeBien Room features a stationary seminar table and a comfortable class capacity of approximately 10 students.
Due to the high demand for Lilly Library class sessions, we cannot host more than 2 sessions per semester for a single class. Similarly, at this time we are not able to host multiple sections (i.e. discussion sections) of classes.
If your class is larger than 40 students, please contact the Teaching and Research Department. Creative options are available for larger classes, but they require advance notice, at least the semester before the class occurs, and extra planning to ensure the Lilly Library has both the space and staff available.
Due to the multi-purpose nature of our teaching spaces, classrooms are not available to host classes for the semester.