Rooms & Spaces
UW-Green Bay, Cofrin Library
View an annotated map [PDF] or read more about special spaces below.
The Cofrin Library’s entrance at the lowest level by the bus stop has power-assist doors for entry into the tunnels.
Audio Recording Room
The Audio Recording Room, located in Cofrin Library 306 A, was established in 2022 and can be used to record audio using a computer, professional mixer, and microphones. The computer in the room or a laptop can be connected to the mixer so that users can record using an audio editing application, like Audacity. To reserve the room, you must complete an audio recording training in Canvas, then set up a practice session with Kate Farley. This room can be reserved for private use for up to 3 hours at a time, on a first-come, first-served basis. The room can be reserved online or at either of the service desks located on the 2nd and 3rd floors of the Cofrin Library. Sign up for the Audio Recording Training course. Email Kate Farley with questions or concerns.
Media and Accessibility Room
There is a media and accessibility room located on the 3rd floor of the Library. The room is equipped with a computer with Dragon Naturally Speaking software and a scanner, a closed-circuit television for enlarging documents, a VHS/DVD player, and music listening equipment with the ability to play vinyl records, cassette tapes, and CDs. The room has seating for one person. The room is available on a first come, first served basis.
Reflection Room, CL 605K
The Reflection Room was established in 2021 by the Library Inclusivity Committee. This room is meant to be used as a place of quiet personal or small-group meditation, and/or reflection. Please use this space only for its intended purposes and not as a lounge, meeting space, or study room. See the 3rd floor Public Services Desk if you need assistance finding or reserving one of these spaces.
The Library offers a variety of study spaces to accommodate groups or individuals. All spaces are first come, first served, unless noted as reservable. Only UW-Green Bay students, staff, and faculty can reserve rooms. Different spaces allow for different levels of noise. See our noise level guide for more information.
Library Commons, 2nd Floor
- Individual or collaborative space for students, faculty, and community members
- Two rooms with large screens that allow for portable devices to be connected
- One large conference room with a projector and a screen
- Open longer hours than the rest of the library
Breakthrough Studio, 3rd Floor
- Seating for groups of 4-8
- Collaborative space for students, faculty and community to work together in groups
- Contains three small rooms and one large, open space with collaborative seating arrangements
- Two rooms with large screens that allow for portable devices to be connected via HDMI or VGA
Group Study Rooms, 5th-6th Floors
- Seating for four people
- Open rooms with computers
- Several three-hour reservable rooms with computers
- You can reserve study rooms online, or by asking at the 3rd floor Public Services Desk or calling 920-465-2540
General Study/Seating, 3rd-6th Floors
- Individual/group rooms
- Individual/group rooms with computers
- Individual/group tables
- Individual study desks
- Soft seating
Quiet Study/Seating, 5th Floor Miller Reading Room
- Individual soft seating
- Individual study desks
Private Study Rooms, 5th-6th Floors
- Available to UW-Green Bay students
- $20 per semester
- Locked rooms with access for one individual
- Priority given to graduate students and those with synchronous online classes within an hour of an in-person class
- Email application to firstname.lastname@example.org
- Applications also available at 3rd Floor Public Services Desk
UW-Green Bay, Sheboygan Campus
The Sheboygan’s Library entrance has power-assist doors and shelving is at least 36-inches apart. Sheboygan library has two raised-height desks in the computer lab.