Gutenberg Room (LIB 216)


Tucked away in a quiet corner of the Library, near the special collections archive and reading room, the Guttenberg Room (LIB 216) can accommodate a small workgroup or interview. Although the Guttenberg Room is Hannon Library’s smallest conference room, what it lacks in size it makes up for in privacy and resultant focus.

The Gutenberg Room was gifted by Gerhard Heiter in 2003 in honor of Johann Gutenberg, inventor of the printing press.


Capacity 10

Non-SOU Daily Rates




  • Video Projector
  • HDMI Laptop Connector


SOU Fees

SOU faculty and staff may use this room without charge.

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SOU vs. Non-SOU Fees

Faculty and staff may use the "SOU Request" button. Student groups requesting this space may do so through their faculty/staff advisor.

Non-Profit, Private, and Government entities (non-SOU affiliated groups) may use the "Non-SOU Request" button. Please email the completed application packet to