With the semester in full swing, the need for a quiet space is growing. Students, staff and faculty visiting the Morgan Library can now find that space in the library’s new Reflection Room, and take a moment to reflect, meditate or pray.
Located on the second floor, the Reflection Room is open to anyone with a CSU ID. The room is furnished with mats, a bench and other materials to accommodate any belief system. One or more people may use the room at the same time. The room is open to drop-in visits, with no need to reserve it in advance.
The Libraries Committee on Equity and Inclusion at the Morgan Library led the effort to transform the room into a space where students, faculty and staff would be able to take a moment to reflect.
Issues of inclusivity and access are at the core of the Morgan Library’s mission. Faculty and staff continue to investigate additional opportunities to make the library more equitable for all.
Reflection rooms are also available on campus at the Lory Student Center, Stillpoint at the Health and Medical Center, and the Michael Smith Natural Resources Building.