Hayden Library offers new silent study option

student studying in the Luhrs Arizona Reading Room

Students in need of a quiet place to study on the Tempe campus are invited to take advantage of a new service beginning August 30 at Hayden Library.

The new silent study option features 12 reservable seats in the Luhrs Arizona Reading Room, located on the ground floor of Hayden Library. Silent study reservations can be made through the online reservation system by selecting a seat, date and time. Students can reserve a study space up to 7 days in advance for up to 4 hours per day.

Face coverings are currently required in the Luhrs Arizona Reading Room.

Located on the first floor of the newly renovated Hayden tower, the reading room features some of the best views on the Tempe campus with ample natural light. All those with a reservation will be asked to check in at the information desk on level 1 of Hayden Library before their scheduled study time.

In addition to Luhrs, Hayden Library offers a variety of spaces for students to study, participate in group projects, video conference, etc. Students are encouraged to check with a library professional at the information desk on each level for additional guidance on where to study.