OHSU Library has a space for you!

The OHSU Library, located in the BICC Building, has a space for you, whether you are interested in a convenient and accessible space for study, research, or just lounging and surfing the web.

After-Hours Study Space

The 4th floor of the library is available for use to anyone with an OHSU ID any hour, any day. When the library is closed, simply swipe your OHSU badge at the 4th floor entrance door to enter and exit. Quiet study space, study rooms, study carrels, and wireless internet access are available. The space has recently been painted and comfortable new lounge chairs added. Five networked OHSU workstations are also available for use.

Group Study Rooms

There are 8 group study rooms located on the 2nd and 4th floors of the library available on a first come basis. Study rooms have been freshly painted and include white boards with markers available for checkout at the Circulation desk. Room 429 is a large study room with conference style seating for up to 10 people and an overhead projector that can be connected to a laptop.

Collaborative Learning Space

The Collaborative Learning Space is located on the 4th floor of the library and can be reserved in advance for up to four hours. The room features the following amenities:

  • Two 36″ LCD screens,
  • Eight data ports for laptops with the ability to toggle between displays,
  • DVD/VCR player
  • Wired and wireless internet access
  • Comfortable seating for up to 8 people
  • Large white board

For more information about reserving the Collaborative Learning Space, go to http://www.ohsu.edu/xd/education/library/services/reserve-group-study-room.cfm

Glenn R. Struble, P.E., Memorial Library

The Glenn R. Struble, P.E., Memorial Library was endowed by a gift from Mrs. Juanita Struble to the Heart Research Center in memory of her husband, and was dedicated on January 20, 2000. The Struble Memorial Library is a designated study room and meeting place on the 4th floor of the Main Library that houses a special collection of cardiology texts and primary cardiovascular medicine journals.

Image by Amy Werner and text by Michael Mackin