Hunt Library, located on the third and fourth floors of the Student Union, provides a variety of study and learning options: group study rooms, individual study carrels, collaborative tables and pods, and leisure reading areas. The library’s third floor, which houses the Borrow Desk, contains 125 seats, 16 computer workstations, two networked printers, and two photocopier/scanners. The fourth floor of the library contains the Ask Desk as well as 292 seats, 75 computer workstations, four network printers and a photocopier/scanner on the fourth floor. Also on the fourth floor is a dedicated quiet study space and a classroom used for library instruction and faculty workshops.

Student Union/Library

With a circular design and a roof inspired by a bird-in-flight, the Student Union opened on October 1, 2018. The top two levels of the 178,100-square-foot building contain the university's new library. Downstairs, students can get a Starbucks coffee or a meal in a number of different venues. They can register for classes at one of 135 computer stations, relax in one of 470 lounge seats, work in one of 40 group study rooms, look out from the rooftop terrace or attend an event in the state-of-the-art 600-seat event center. It is a one-stop shop for students. Read more about the Student Union/Library.

Study Spaces

The Hunt Library has five large group study rooms located on the third floor across from the Borrow Desk. Four of the rooms will accommodate up to ten people and one of the rooms will accommodate up to six people. The rooms are for the use of active ERAU-affiliated students and are available through SchedulER. There are group study rooms located throughout the Student Union and all are reservable through SchedulER. See the Study Room Use Policy for details.

Reserve a Study Room

Hunt Library Fourth Floor Interior Photo
The Fourth Floor of Hunt Library