Due to COVID-19, library buildings are closed or have reduced hours as of March 16. We don't have any instructional spaces available for booking.
See the latest information at our library changes and support page.
We have a number of flexible rooms you can use for teaching, workshops, events, and more. We can accommodate as many as 250 people.
We've hosted events of all shapes and sizes, including Hack Arizona, Start-Up Weekend, Open Access Week, Think Tank study sessions, and the VR Summit.
If you'd like to host an event in one of our spaces, submit a room request. We'll try to match you up with a space that best suits your needs.
Be aware that our Collaborative Learning Spaces (Albert B. Weaver Science-Engineering Library 200S and Main Library 112A) are intended for library-related events, supplemental instruction, and other academic purposes. We approve requests on a case-by-case basis.
Albert B. Weaver Science-Engineering Library room 200S is one of several collaborative learning spaces on campus. It has multiple large displays, a teaching station, wireless microphones, and surround sound. If you are interested in teaching in it, check the semester schedule. Contact Jane Hunter for more information.
We encourage instructors to incorporate information literacy and critical thinking into their course outcomes. Work with a librarian to bring your class into the library and have a dedicated class session on these topics. To get started, request instructional help.
When not reserved for an event, our two large instruction spaces are usually available to UA students, faculty, and staff for open study: