Glenn Watkins Seminar Room

Library instruction and meeting space for faculty, staff, and students of the School of Music, Theatre & Dance.

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Music Library, Third Floor, Room 3252View floorplan

Except for contactless pickup outside the library entrance, the Music Library is closed to the public due to COVID-19. Check the status of all our spaces, resources, and services.

The Glenn Watkins Seminar Room at the Music Library is available by reservation for faculty, staff, and students of the School of Music, Theatre & Dance.

It is intended for library-related instruction, with exceptions made for groups and seminars working extensively with Music Library materials. 

The seminar room is not available for individual study, applied lessons, rehearsals, practicing, or to groups not associated with the School of Music, Theatre & Dance.

What you’ll find inside

  • Seating for 8
  • Wireless connectivity
  • 46-inch LCD display
  • Audiovisual playback with 5.1 surround sound

How to book

Request use of the room in person at the library, by phone at 734-764-2512, or by filling out our reservation request.

Booking priority

We accommodate requests from the School of Music, Theatre & Dance community in the following order of priority:

  1. Library-related instruction, single session or multi-session courses that need extensive use of Music Library materials, and graduate-level seminars
  2. Examinations and faculty and staff meetings
  3. Group study, especially for exams or collaborative projects

The seminar room operates independently of the school's scheduling system and is not generally considered to be a regular classroom. Instructors of regular Music, Theatre & Dance courses may, however, inquire about occasional or even semester-long use of the space.

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