The IU Southeast Library is the study center of the campus. With a variety of study environments, you can choose a quiet corner on the first floor, or a busy lounge on the main floor. Seating types include private carrels, traditional tables and chairs, and soft seating areas distributed throughout the library. Open study areas on each floor allow easy access to the resources you are using.
There are permanent work stations in a number of study areas, and the entire facility is equipped with wireless access. You can bring your own computer or use one of ours. Ample windows show off dramatic views of our picturesque IU Southeast campus.
Group study rooms equipped with a conference table and chairs are available.
The art gallery on the first floor of the Library combines comfortable, well-lit study space with changing art exhibits.
Quiet Zone: The first floor of the Library is designated as a quiet zone. Help us ensure that these study areas remain noise-free.