The Bishop Payne Library provides an inviting context for theological exploration. Spaces have been designed to accommodate a variety of learning styles, facilitate group work, and host engaging programming.
The library provides study space on each floor of the building, some designated as quiet study, others for group work.
There are 5 group study rooms in the library, for use by students doing small group study or for course-related small groups. These operate on a first-come-first-served policy for groups of 2 or more. They are not intended for individual study. Library staff occasionally reserve these spaces for departmental or faculty meeting needs.
Carrels are available on the main and upper floors of the library, reserved for use by students writing theses, those with a documented learning accommodation, and visiting scholars. Please inquire at the circulation desk about the carrel policy. When not reserved, these rooms can be used on a first-come, first-served basis.
There are computers and copiers on each floor of the library. Use the library's catalog, scan materials for later study, or print using VTS' Papercut Service. Copiers are located in the middle area of each floor. VTS ID cards can access print, copy, and scan features.
Contact VTS Computer Lab Support: email@example.com or (703) 461-1952
The Computer Lab is located on the lower level of the Addison building, adjacent to the Flamingo. The lab is staffed Mon - Fri 9 - 12 and 1 - 5. Staff can assist you with computer issues.