The Lougheed Learning Commons is a place for students, faculty and staff to study, collaborate, socialize and create. It houses the following departments:
The Lougheed Learning Commons lobby has been organized to provide comfortable group seating and study space, centered around a sculpture by artist John Van Alstine, which was donated by Donald and Kathryn Lougheed. The Lougheed Learning Commons provides access to campus computers, printing, document scanning and various other technologies. The Single Service Point information desk is there to assist people with circulation services, reference services and on-site tech support.
Looking for a job for next semester?
The Lougheed Learning Commons is opening a 2nd makerspace. It will be dedicated to knitting & crocheting. Student Assistants will staff the makerspace afternoons and evenings to assist patrons wanting to utilize the supplies and the space. Student Assistants will be responsible for opening and closing the space at specific times as well as maintaining inventory. Knitting & Crocheting skills preferred but not required.
Check back for Spring 2020 events.
- Makerspaces - 3d printing, yarn arts
- Group study rooms (Reserve Rooms Here)
- Meditation and silent prayer room
Programming and Sponsored Events
For information on how to request space in the lobby for tabling, please email James Hubbard, Associate Director, Lougheed Learning Commons at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please include the following information:
- the name of the group or organization you represent
- the dates and times you are requesting
- the number of tables & chairs you require