There are numerous study spaces for both undergraduate and graduate students throughout the Lillis Business Complex. Tables and chairs can be found throughout the complex, especially on all four floors of the atrium area. In addition, each of our four centers of excellence has a resource room or library and a small-group study room. These shared spaces, called "huddle zones" in the corporate world, cluster student resources, study areas, and faculty offices together around particular disciplines.
While many spaces are open to all and first come, first serve, some dedicated study spaces are available for students looking to reserve a quiet room for themselves and others.
Looking to reserve space in the Lillis Business Complex for a meeting, event, or other use? Use the Reserve a Room form.
Undergraduate Study Spaces
Undergraduate business students can reserve practice rooms in the computer lab (Lillis 263 and limited access to Peterson 205). Rooms are reserved in two-hour increments. Keys must be signed out at the front desk of the computer lab in Chiles 326. Reservations are only accepted online.
Graduate Study Spaces
Graduate students can reserve study rooms located on the third floor of Peterson Hall.