Quiet Spaces and Specially Designed Places for Employees
Quiet Spaces - Main Campus
The Granger Room
A quiet reading room with lounge furniture and subdued lighting. Located on the South wall of the 3rd floor of the Library. Donated by Granger Waste Management. Features the Carolyn Kronenberg book collection.
Cesar Chavez Learning Center
Located in Gannon Building 262. Quiet study area featuring lounge furniture and tables.
Located in TLC room 324. Quiet study area featuring seven computers and a small meeting room. This area is available for faculty during grades week to come and "spread out" your work.
Specially Designed Places - Main Campus
If you have a migraine and need a place to recover, you may contact Public Safety at x1800 and one of their personnel will escort you to a dark and quiet place to allow you to recover. (Main campus only)
- LCC North - Conference Room 1 - Contact Luanne Bibbee at 989-224-2017
- LCC East - Contact Lynda Waldecker on Ext 1863
- West Campus - Contact David Stowell on Ext 1319 (Joyce Werner on Ext 1364 as backup).
- Livingston Center - Room B102 - Contact Barbara Line at 517-545-3522
- Downtown Campus
- HHS - Go to Medical Locked Storage for the key - Contact Kristi Fent on Ext 1420
- University Center - Room UC 107 (Contact Ext 9970)
- Washington Court Place - Room 112
Quiet Spaces - West Campus
West-end Upper Concourse
If you're looking for a less trafficked area to spend your lunch hour, try the west-end upper concourse. This area features round tables with 4 chairs each and padded benches.
Specially Designed Places - West Campus
Migraine Recovery Area
If you have a migraine and need a place to recover, please call Public Service Careers (PSC) at x1570. Upon availability, the PSC staff will provide you with a cot and a quiet place to lie down and recover.
Health and Human Services Bldg.
Phone: (517) 483-1410
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