Rooms and Spaces
Current Space Projects
See our current space projects page for information about our latest projects!
Adobe Creative Commons
The Adobe Creative Commons – a collaborative project between UNM University Libraries, UNM Information Technologies, and Adobe Creative Campus – is a digital media workspace and resource center for all creative pursuits on campus. Located on the first floor of the historic Zimmerman Library, the space will provide resources including high-powered computers loaded with the Adobe Creative Cloud suite, several secluded editing bays, two fully equipped audio booths, and a wide variety of audio-visual equipment available for check out. More information at creativecampus.unm.edu.
Group Study Rooms
Group Study Rooms are available at all our libraries.
- Reservable by UNM students, staff or faculty
- Reservations can be made for up to 2 hours
- Rooms are held for 15 minutes after the reservation
- Many study rooms have
Zimmerman Library Learning Commons
- computers and laptops
- power and connectivity
- secure recharging stations for your gadgets
- cloud printing
- free scanners
- popular reading collection
- portable dry erase boards
- great furniture for collaboration - booths, large chairs
- laptop check out kiosk
- treadmill desks
- The Centennial Science & Engineering Library classroom (L253) is available for faculty, student, and staff use.
- The Classroom can be booked up to 2 weeks in advance, but please allow two business days for your booking to be approved.
- It seats up to 22 people with has 22 desktop PC computers.
- It has a podium and computer station for the instructor.
- The classroom has two wall mounted digital displays.
DEN 1 in Centennial Science and Engineering Library
Reserve a workstation in person using the reservation station located in DEN 1.
Dual monitor Macs and PCs loaded with special software – including the complete Adobe Creative Cloud – can be reserved.
- 3 Mac and 3 PC workstations with dual monitors
- Reserve for 3 hours and re-reserve if no one is waiting
- Reserve up to 2 weeks in advance
- NetID and password required
Installed software packages may change without notice. Currently installed packages include:
- Graphic Design & Photography: InDesign, Photoshop, Illustrator, Lightroom
- Gaming & App Design: Buildbox, GameMaker Studio Master, Stencyl, Xcode, Flash
- Video & Animation: Camtasia/Snagit Bundle, Premiere Pro, After Effects
- Data Manipulation: Anaconda, ArcGIS, IBM SPSS Stats, MatLab, Nvivo, QGIS, Stata
DEN 2 in Centennial Science and Engineering Library
Schedule a collaborative or virtual reality session online.
Reserve for up to 3 hours per day and up to 16 weeks in advance.
- HTC Vive virtual reality workstation
- 75” 4K flat screen and ceiling speakers
- PC and Mac mini desktops
- Cables to connect a laptop
- Apple TV
- Sony FDR-AX53 4K video recorder
- Webcam and 2 room microphones
- WiFi hub for better connectivity to Lobo WiFi
- Zimmerman Library - West Wing & Willard Room
- Zimmerman Library - Study carrels on 2nd & 3rd floor
- Centennial Library - East wing (periodicals area) of Lower Level 1
Graduate Student Commons
A dedicated space for graduate students in Zimmerman Library.
- Located just off the Zimmerman Library first floor lobby
- Open during normal library hours, and available exclusively to graduate students
A quietstudy space with tables and desk chairs, as well as comfortable armchairs
- Lockers are available along one wall
- Wireless access and outlets so students can use laptops or mobile devices
The historic West Wing, including the Willard Room, is a popular quiet study space for students. No tour of campus would be complete without a visit to this space, but please do respect the quietness we maintain in this part of the library.
The four-panel Kenneth Adams mural, “Three Peoples”, located in the West Wing has been covered due to the offensive depictions of cultural groups in New Mexico. Access to the murals is managed by the College of University Libraries and Learning Sciences Dean's Office. More information and a viewing request form for the murals can be found at goto.unm.edu/adamsmurals