Reserve a Study Room
Groups of students, faculty, and/or staff may reserve a room for up to two hours at a time during regular Science Center hours. Groups must have at least three members and no more than 8 members. All group study members must hold a Brown ID. For more information about study room rules and regulations, please click here.
Email email@example.com or call 401-863-6890 to reserve a room.
Please include the following in your email: number of students, subject being studied, time, and date.
Study Rooms Available at the Science Center
The Science Center houses six group study rooms, a collaborative workspace, a conference room, and an outreach lab. All of these rooms may be reserved for group use by Brown community members.
Small Group Study Rooms
Study rooms seat 6-8 people and are equipped with large, write-able glass and whiteboard surfaces, as well as SmartBoards. Groups of three or more students, faculty, and/or staff may reserve a room for no longer than two hours at a time.
A group may reserve one two-hour time-slot per day up to two times a week. Reservations may be made up to a week in advance.
This room seats up to 50 and is equipped with a smartpodium, a projection system, 2 large LCD display screens, and dry erase boards. Faculty and administrators may reserve this room for large group science-related activities. Students may reserve the room for events that are sponsored by a science department. This space includes forty chairs and twelve tables. For furniture setup suggestions, please click here. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
The East Bar Collaborative Space is a workbench designed to enable a group of three to six students or faculty to work together on a project for a class, a publication, or a grant. It is equipped with a large flat-screen monitor with multiple hookups for individual laptops, so that group members can easily view and discuss their work in progress.
The Outreach Lab is dedicated to activities with student groups performing outreach, as well as teachers and students from Providence and other nearby school districts. Inquiry-based activities conducted by Brown faculty and students increase students' understanding of and interest in science and provide professional development opportunities for teachers.