Q. Which library floors are quiet?


The second floor is the quiet floor. If you are studying on a second floor, and you need to speak to someone, you should be whispering at a level where only that person should hear you. If you need a room where no one is talking, the Covino room is designated as a silent room. 

The first and third floors are meant to be low-volume as well. Group work is allowed but discussion should be made at the volume where only the group can hear you. Please see the below chart for information on what floors are what noise-level in the library.

The noise levels for each floor in the library are listed. 4th and 5th floors are designated for normal conversational voices. 1st and 3rd floors are for small-group work, where you are speaking so that only your group can hear you. 2nd floor is spy talk, whispering so that only one person can hear you.


  • Last Updated Mar 25, 2019
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  • Answered By Laurin Paradise

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