Quality of Life Rooms on Campus

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(pictured: signage on Health Professions Building room 2059)

Quality of Life rooms are also sometimes called soft spaces, or personal comfort rooms, or personal reflection rooms.  These space are available to serve individuals who need private space, or for parents who are nursing, or people who need to pray for religious, spiritual observances, or for those who are overwhelmed and need space to collect or compose themselves.  A typical maximum time of use is 15-30 minutes.

Unknown-1.jpegBovee/University Center offers a "Personal Comfort Room" on the third floor in room 315.  First check in with the info/help desk on the second floor to obtain the key.  Appointments (including reoccurring) can also be made there.  Each session is available for up to 45 minutes.

IMG-3050.JPGPark Library's Quality of Life Room is on the third floor of the library in room 351. The checkout desk on the second floor has a key which must be checked out for sessions which can be from 30-60 minutes. Reoccurring appointments can be made at that desk.

While Quality of Life Rooms are not yet available in each building on campus, the following list details the rooms identified on campus as such.  Protocols for entry and use are also listed.

Additional buildings:

  • Bovee 315 - key at information desk
  • Library room 351 - key at 2nd floor checkout desk
  • Health Professions Building room 2059 - open access
  • College of Medicine room 2429 - open access
  • Education & Human Services Building room 490 - open access
  • Anspach Hall room 022 - key available at dean's office
  • Grawn Hall room 105 - key available at student business office
  • Sloan Hall room 003E - open access