What are the different type of carrels?

What's the difference between an open and closed carrell?


Answer

There are four different types of carrels found in the duPont library. 

 

Open Carrels - These are found throughout the library. These do not have shelves, are not numbered, and are open for everyone to use.

 

Senior Research Carrels - On the third floor there are a limited amount of carrels set aside for Sewanee seniors who request the study space to work on research projects. These are assigned by a lottery system at the beginning of each school year. 

 

School of Theology Carrels - On the third floor there are a limited amount of carrels set aside for School of Theology students. Students wanting information about these carrels should email Dr. Romulus D. Stefanut at rdstefan@sewanee.edu

 

Closed Carrels - These are enclosed desks that include a shelf that are scattered throughout duPont library. They are numbered and designated by a blue sign. Closed carrels are assigned at the beginning of each semester. Students must sign up at the announced carrel sign-up event, and they are assigned on a first come, first served basis. 

  • Last Updated Aug 10, 2022
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