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Study space opens in Armstrong Hall

Image of the lobby of the first floor of Armstrong Hall, showing the skylight and artwork.Looking for extra study space on the southeast side of the ASU Tempe campus? Look no further than the newly renovated Armstrong Hall.

Now home to the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences dean, administrators and staff, Armstrong Hall also boasts two levels of student study space staffed by ASU Library and is open after-hours until 10 p.m., Sunday through Thursday, during summer session.

Students will have access to an active learning classroom, group study rooms, event space and academic support from an ASU librarian. There is also an Einstein Bros. Bagels on the ground floor.

Although the building has been remodeled, students will encounter familiar furniture in Armstrong Hall that was relocated from Hayden Library’s upper concourse, now closed due to the Hayden renovation.

Familiar faces from both Hayden Library and Noble Library will also be present in the new space.

In addition to two staff members from each library, First Year Experience Librarian Ashley Gohr will have some office hours in the new space with an emphasis on academic support for first- and second-year ASU students. Daphne Gill, Learning Services Manager for Noble Library, will manage the space.