Study rooms located on the second and third floors are available to current Loyola students for a 6-hour checkout period. These rooms are checked out on a first-come, first-served basis. You MUST bring your valid Loyola student ID with you to check out a room.
Meeting and Classrooms
The Monroe Library has classrooms and meeting rooms that offer the latest in presentation technology. Any equipment not already installed may be reserved from Media Services and set up for you.
Library rooms are available only for Loyola University New Orleans faculty, staff, and students for special classes and meetings. Classrooms for regularly scheduled classes are reserved through the Office of Student Records. Please see our Student Use Policy for allowable activities in library rooms.
Reservation requests must be submitted at least two business days prior to the event.
If you have questions, contact Media Services at email@example.com or 504-864-7120.
For further assistance with reserving a room, please contact Mary Graci at firstname.lastname@example.org or 504-864-7265.
To request the Library Instruction Classroom, please contact Adam Beauchamp at email@example.com or 504-864-7138.
To request use of the Diboll Gallery, please contact Kathryn Lintott (College of Communication and Design) at firstname.lastname@example.org or 504-865-3430.
Our two multimedia classrooms are in the library's mezzanine: Multimedia Classroom 1 (ML 134 - 50 seats) and Multimedia Classroom 2 (ML 133 - 42 seats). Both rooms have a tiered-seating arrangement. Each seat has access to electric power and an ethernet port (in addition to wireless internet access). These rooms are equipped for web conferencing.
Instructors can control the presentation equipment using the touch panel. The basic presentation equipment includes a high resolution projector, a desktop PC with Zoom installed, laptop HDMI input, document camera, Blu-ray player, and podium microphone. These rooms are also hybrid equipped with two webcameras (one facing the presenter and one facing the seats), ceiling microphones throughout the room, and a lapel microphone for the presenter. For more information on the hybrid equipment, please visit our Campus Classrooms Equipment page.
Presentation instructions are available in the classrooms and accessible here: Multimedia Classroom 1, Multimedia Classroom 2. Hybrid instructions are also available in the classrooms and accessible here: Hybrid Instructions, Camera Instructions, Lapel Mic Instructions, Hybrid Tips and Troubleshooting. While this system is easy to learn and use, we recommend that all faculty and guest presenters be oriented to the equipment prior to using these classrooms. Please contact Media Services to set up a brief training session.
Seminar 1 (Room 129), in the library mezzanine, is appropriate for meetings of up to 15 people. It has a large touch panel monitor, web camera, desktop computer, Blu-ray player, and touch panel system. Laptop connections (VGA, audio, and HDMI) and a wireless projection system are available for easy display on the large screen. This room is equipped for web conferencing. Instructions are available in the room and accessible here.
Seminar 2 (Room 130) is appropriate for meetings of up to 15 people. It has a large monitor, laptop inputs (VGA, audio, and HDMI), a computer, and a conference bar with a webcam and microphone. This room is equipped for web conferencing. Instructions are available in the room and accessible here.
Seminar 3 (Room 131) is a long rectangular room for meetings of up to 15 people. It has a large monitor, laptop inputs (VGA, audio, and HDMI), a computer, and a conference bar with a webcam and microphone. It's location across the hall from Multimedia Classrooms 1 and 2 makes it ideal for conference breaks and refreshments. This room is equipped for web conferencing. Instructions are available in the room and accessible here.
Seminar 4 (Room 221), on the second floor of the library, is a large meeting room for groups of up to 24 people. This room is equipped with a unique podium which can move up and down for different users. It also has a projector, touch-sensitive control panel, desktop computer, laptop connections, document camera, and a Blu-Ray player. Instructions are available in the room and accessible here.
The Library Instruction Classroom (LI - Room 146) is located on the first floor corridor near the computer labs. The room is designed for collaborative learning and web conferencing with student computers, webcams and microphones. Laptops can be brought into the room to accommodate additional students. Presentation equipment includes a projector, desktop computer, and laptop inputs. Wireless access to the projector is available from any device (desktop computer, laptop, tablet, or phone). Food is not permitted in this classroom. Instructions are available in the room and accessible here.
LI is primarily used for library instruction for courses throughout the university. However, it can be requested by members of the Loyola community; curricular teaching purposes will be given preference. LI reservations may be limited during peak library instruction periods.
email@example.com or 504-864-7138.To request the Library Instruction Classroom, please contact Adam Beauchamp at