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The Wallace Center, home to the Wallace Library, the Writing Commons, and the RIT American Sign Language and Deaf Studies Community Center (RADSCC), is centrally located on campus and a perfect space for study, collaboration, and relaxation. There are individual and group study rooms, two open computer labs, a sunken gallery and exhibit spaces, and Java Wally's (our coffee shop). Our newly renovated first floor features comfortable, flexible furniture for collaboration and relaxation, including a collaboration station for group projects. Our open computer labs are equipped with Microsoft Office, Adobe Creative Suite, and more. 

Study Rooms

The Wallace Center Study Rooms are located on the second, third, and fourth floors of the Wallace Center and are available all hours that the building is open.

Keep in mind the following items when reserving study rooms:

  • The rooms range in side from small rooms with a seating capacity of one to three people to large rooms with a seating capacity of four to eight people.
  • Larger rooms include a large table and a chalk or white board.
  • Wireless is available in all rooms.
  • Rooms may be reserved up to two weeks in advance.
  • Reservations cannot exceed 60 minutes.
  • You may make up to four bookings per day.

Reserve a Study Room

Wallace Center Resources

A full list of Wallace Center resources can be found online at https://wallacecenter.rit.edu/services.