Q. Where can visitors eat, study quietly, and store their stuff? What other amenities do you have?
Answered By: Sue Vazakas Last Updated: Aug 21, 2017 Views: 143
Answered By: Sue Vazakas
Last Updated: Aug 21, 2017 Views: 143
Food or drink
- Daily Grind cafe (Brody)
- Vending machines on Eisenhower Q-level (in the little hallway that leads to the restrooms) and Brody A-level
- You may eat in the library, with some restrictions
- MSEL - on every floor
- Brody -- on every floor except A (and there is no entrance to D-level; it's a mechanical room)
- Bank of America and M&T Bank
- Both in Eisenhower, in the alcove next to the N. Charles St. entrance
Printers, copiers, scanners -- Here are locations, costs, and other information
Quiet places to study
- B-, C-, and D-levels are Quiet Study Floors (D is the quietest)
- On M-level, the room to the RIGHT of the public elevators is a quiet study room
- The big and gorgeous Reading Room is on Q-level across from the cafe. It is absolutely quiet in there.
- In Brody, on every floor
- Lockers have outlets so that devices can be recharged
- Lockers codes are reset at 7:00 AM, and lockers are cleared out between 7:00 AM and 8:00 AM every day
- Items left in lockers after 7:00 AM will be given to Campus Police for transport to Central Lost and Found (410-516-5278)
- Central Lost and Found is located at 3001 Remington Avenue, within the JHU Office of Safety and Security. Go to the M-level Security Desk to inquire about lost items.