Collaborative Student Study Areas/Lounges

The Student Lounge in the Bernard V. Bowen Academic Center serves to assist in improving the welfare of student life at MTSA, and to provide students with a neutral environment in which to build community. The Student Lounge is equipped with a dining area, microwave ovens,  sink, dishwasher, ice machine, two refrigerators, coffee maker, and vending machines.

The M.E. “Ikey” DeVasher Student Support Center has three student study rooms designed for small group study. The Nelda Faye Ackerman Learning Resource Center is equipped with tables and seating available for student use. There is also space on the second floor designated for quiet study. The hallways of all three campus buildings have lounge chairs and benches, as well as high-top tables and chairs for individual use.

The student Learning Resource Center in the Percy T. (P.T.) Magan Building includes a 3204 square foot open space, with individual and group study areas, whiteboards, access to technology for presentations, as well as an adjacent outside covered patio, which is designed for small group interaction and celebration events. An additional area is available for quiet individual and small group study, along with state-of-the-art video conference technology.

The student Learning Resource Center also includes a kitchenette with a dining area, refrigerator, microwaves, dishwasher, ice machine, and vending machine for student body use. 

Patios outside the Magan and Bowen buildings are equipped with tables and seating. There are several other tables with benches located outdoors, throughout the campus.