The Law Library's first floor houses long study tables and smaller group tables, as well several soft seating options for individual and quiet collaborative study. Moveable white boards make it easy to lay out ideas while studying in groups, or you can grab one of our laptop carts and find a quiet corner to work in solitude. The Service Desk has whiteboard markers and erasers you can check out to use. The study area's floor-to-ceiling windows flood the room with natural light.
The second floor is the library's silent study area. Here you will find individual study carrels, seating and tables in different configurations, moveable white boards, and the law library's seven (7) group study rooms.
The Law Library has seven group study rooms for use by NCCU Law students. Students in groups of two or more may reserve study rooms on a first come, first served basis up to 24 hours in advance. All library group study rooms accommodate at least six people.
Group Study Rooms
There are 3 group study rooms located in the Law School, outside of the Law Library (104, 250, and 251). To book a study room outside the library, use Resource Scheduler from MyLaw. Click here to access Resource Scheduler.
James E. Shepard Library
NCCU's main campus library has many study spaces, including several collaboration rooms, available for use by NCCU students, faculty, and staff.