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Focus On: Lamont and Cabot Libraries
Lamont Library is your go-to library, where you will find course reserves, printing facilities, and a collection of resources you may borrow on a wide range of topics.
Cabot Science Library is recently renovated! Cabot supports collaborative activities and new media creation in a welcoming and inclusive environment where you can feel comfortable engaging in conversation, reflection, playfulness, and discovery.
There are over 50 libraries in the Harvard Library system. The map above will link to our locations and hours page. Each library page has a map for how to find that location. For example, one library that is not mentioned above is Widener Library. Additionally, there are more Harvard Libraries in Cambridge and beyond. To learn more about how Summer School students can access Harvard Library resources and services, please visit the Borrowing and Access page of this guide.
Group Study Spaces
There are a large number of reading rooms across the Harvard Library system, but those are quiet spaces for individual study. To accommodate group study, you may use the following rooms*:
Widener: Room 240
Lamont: Rooms 220 (after 5pm), B30, B30A, Larsen, and Rooms 230 and 240
Cabot Library Group Study Rooms: LL05, LL06, LL07, LL08, LL09, LL10
*Check the schedule sheet posted on the door to be sure they're not scheduled for a class or meeting.