Places to Have a Private Call or Zoom Interview at JMU
Posted on: November 7, 2023
JMU has lots of group study rooms, but usually these are only available to two or more people. What if you need a quiet room just for yourself?
1. University Career Center
Private rooms are available in the Interview Center on the 3rd floor of the Student Success Center any time they are not needed for employer interviews. Fill out this form to reserve a room for job, internship, & graduate school related interviews, for telehealth appointments, and for quiet study space for individuals and groups. While you’re there, check out the free clothing in the JMU Career Closet!
2. University Health Center
A private room is available for students who have a need to complete a telehealth visit with an outside provider. To reserve the space, call 540-568-6178 and ask for an appointment for telehealth space.
3. Quiet booths in Rose Library
Quiet booths in Rose Library: The first-come, first-served Zenbooths on the 3rd and 4th floors of Rose Library are equipped with outlets and adjustable tables. It’s no wonder these sound-dampening quiet booths are so popular! The number of quiet booths in Rose Library increased from 3 to 8 when Carrier Library closed for construction.
4. Quiet booths in The Union
First-come, first-served Zenbooths are also available in the Airport Lounge on the 4th Floor of Warren. The best time to score a Zenbooth is first thing in the morning.
If you don’t need complete privacy:
5. New study spaces at JMU
JMU Libraries Express and other new study spaces at JMU tend to see less traffic than spaces that have been open for a longer time.
6. Meeting rooms
Many classrooms and meeting rooms in The Union, Festival, and other buildings are also open to students when they are not reserved. Just be sure to check the schedule outside the door and leave the furniture how you found it.
Other spaces for students at JMU
Check out the JMU Study Spaces Map for over 30 JMU buildings with drop-in spaces for students. Just select a pin to learn about study spaces in each building to search for one that meets your needs.
If you have flexibility on when you schedule your appointment, you’ll have the easiest time finding an empty space early in the morning.
Do you know a great place we should add to this list? Contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
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