To serve all users, the Morisset Library provides and ensures a clean and quiet research environment. Read our food and noise policy.
A range of facilities and equipment is also available in the Morisset Library.
Group study rooms
There are 25 group study rooms in the Morisset Library, located on the concourse, the fourth floor and the sixth floor. Rooms are available on a first come, first served basis. Rooms may be reserved for a maximum of 3 hours.
Sixth floor facilities and services
A team of graduate student library assistants provides peer-to-peer research support, helps graduate students use technology and equipment and ensures that the sixth floor food and noise policies are respected.
152 study carrels equipped with lockable cabinets, power outlets, data ports and task lighting are available for graduate students. Each carrel must be shared by two students.
Group study rooms
Eight group study rooms are available for graduate students. The rooms are for use by groups of two or more and can accommodate up to six persons. They can be requested at the circulation desk using the student cards of two members of the group. Rooms are available on a first come, first served basis. Rooms may be reserved for a maximum of 3 hours. Reserve a study room.
Two conference rooms, equipped with a computer and projector, are available for graduate students. The rooms are for use by groups of three or more and can accommodate up to twelve persons. They can be requested at the circulation desk.
Graduate students and faculty can request the code from the graduate student assistants or at the circulation desk.
Services for persons with disabilities
Three rooms with adaptive technologies are available in the Morisset Library. You will need your student card and a Library Services card from the Access Service. Read more about Library accessibility services.
24-hour rental lockers are available for $1. They are located to the left of the main entrance.