Using Library Rooms

​​​​​​Study ​rooms are available at each of Dallas College's main campuses. Each campus library has its own policies on study room use.​

Quiet, individual study areas can be found in Rooms L206 and L207. Study carrels are on level 1.5 circulation. Group study can be found on Level 1, Level 3, on Level 2.5 and in Room L376 (when available).

The Main Campus library has 3 group study rooms, including one with projection equipment and monitor.
  • Group study rooms are first come, first served
  • Groups with 3+ students have priority
  • Single users must yield to groups
  • Food and drinks are not allowed
  • The Click Share room with projection equipment can be reserved. Check out the Click Share button at the circulation desk. The Click Share button downloads software onto your laptop, so that your laptop projects its screen to the wall monitor.

All rooms are provided for the benefit of currently enrolled North Lake students, faculty and staff.

Group Study Rooms

  • Four rooms are available with whiteboards, markers, erasers, and outlets for laptops.
  • Sign-in is done at the Reference desk with Student ID card.
  • Study rooms accommodate groups of two to eight people.
  • Rooms are available on a first-come, first-served basis to current North Lake students and staff engaged in the use of college resources or services. No reservations are taken.
  • Study room use is limited to two hours, depending on demand.
  • No food, drink or cell phone use.
  • No private tutoring.
  • Noise and activities should be appropriate to the library environment.

Quiet Reading Room

  • Room L235 is designed for quiet reading and study.
  • Room accommodates up to 28 people.

Instruction Room

  • Room L236 is designed for library instruction and course-specific instruction by a professional librarian.
  • Reservations are taken at the Reference desk.
  • Room accommodates up to 40 people.
  • Room is equipped with 40 computers, a projector, and a black-and-white printer.

Seminar Room

  • Room L234 is designed for library assisted classes with focus on research.
  • Reservations are taken at the Reference desk.
  • Room accommodates up to 20 people.
  • A projector is available but computers for students are not.

Professional Library

  • Room L232 houses a collection of books, periodicals, articles and videos on the field of education as well as works published by North Lake faculty and staff.
  • Sign-in is done at the Reference desk.
  • A computer and a black-and-white printer are available in the room.

Central Campus
972-273-3400 (Circulation)
972-273-3401 (Reference)

Coppell Center
972-860-4421 / 972-860-4422

Irving Center

Construction Sciences Center

Contact the Richland librarians for more information.