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Study Spaces

Guide to study spaces on Emerson's Boston campus. Updated to reflect campus dedensification.
Campus Centers Hours 
  • Mutchnick / Piano Row, 150 Boylston: Mon-Sun, 8:00 am-12:00 am (Lounges available 24/7.)

  • 172 Tremont: Mon-Sun, 8:00 am-12:00 am (midnight)

Max Mutchnick Center / Piano Row

 

Lobby 1 couch, 4-seat bench, 2-seat bench, 2 tables charging station, 4-screen TV Piano Row lobby

 

 

Max Cafe Limited seating lockers for $10/semester (bring your own lock)  
Quiet Lounge PR221

3 tables w/ limited seating, 2 desks, 3 study carrels. Available 24/7.

---- Piano Row Quiet Lounge
Conference Room PR227 (reserverable) Table w/ limited seating whiteboard  

 

172 Tremont

 

Hub / Lobby Lounge seating, 3 benches printer, 3 computer kiosks, lockers (for student groups only) 172 Tremont Lobby
Meeting Room 102 (reserveable) Large table with limited seating screen with HDMI cord, whiteboard paint  

 

 

Meeting Room 202 (reserveable) 6 tables, 6 chairs, window seats screen with HDMI cord, whiteboard paint  
Meeting Room 203 (reserveable) 2 tables, 3 chairs screen with HDMI cord, whiteboard paint
Meeting Room 205 (reserveable) 4 tables, 4 chairs screen with HDMI cord, whiteboard paint
Meeting Room 206 (reserveable) 6 tables, 6 chairs, window seats screen with HDMI cord, whiteboard paint
Kitchen Room 2 tables, counter w/ 2 chairs, window seats   172 Tremont Kitchen
Pod 215 Round table, 1 chair screen with HDMI cord, whiteboard paint  

 

 

 

Pod 317 Round table, 1 chair screen with HDMI cord, whiteboard paint  
Pod 318 Round table, 1 chair screen with HDMI cord, whiteboard paint
Meeting Room 308 (reserveable) 2 tables w/2 chairs, window seats screen with HDMI cord, whiteboard paint  
Editing Suite 1 person max capacity 2 computers with same video editing software as VEL machines in Ansin  

 

 

Room 403 (reserveable) 4 lounge chairs, window seats screen with HDMI cord, whiteboard paint  
Pod 419 Round table, 1 chairs screen with HDMI cord, whiteboard paint  

 

Questions?

Joshua Hamlin, Director for Campus Centers