Study Spaces at UC Clermont

Diverse study options are available throughout our two-level library including quiet zones, group rooms, and individual rooms.

Coming Soon!

The first floor collaboration are getting updates in Summer 2024 to integrate video conferencing. Students should be able to seamlessly have video conferences in the rooms by Fall 2024.

The first floor of the library provides general use space, a computer lap, and collaboration rooms. Our second floor features a quiet zone with individual study rooms. The 2nd floors is also home to Learning Commons at UC Clermont.

Most library spaces are on a first-come, first-served while the library is open. If a space is a reserved, signage will be posted. Study rooms are intended for academic study and available exclusively to Clermont College students. More information about study room features below. Questions about space use at the Frederick A. Marcotte Library can be answered at our front desk.

First floor study rooms are technology-enabled and contain large white boards to allow for student collaboration. Technology cords and dry-erase markers are available to check out at the information desk.

Second floor study rooms have white boards available for student use. Dry-erase markers are available to check out at the information desk. They also contain desks, seating, and electrical outlets.