Film Screenings

Class Movie Screenings:


Professors schedule movie screenings in Trexler Library outside of standard class time; these can be movies owned by the library or a personal copy. These screenings are typically held in B-02, the video classroom, which is located along the west wall of the B-Level concourse. If a faculty member wishes to schedule a viewing, please complete Trexler Library’s Film Screening Request Form. For multiple reservation requests, contact the Library's Administrative Assistant ( All reservations are on a first-come, first-served basis.

Please note, the following information is required in order to schedule all film screening reservations:

  • Film to be viewed
  • Date
  • Time
  • Language / Subtitle preferences (if applicable)

Individual Movie Screenings:

A/V Alcove Viewing Stations

Our collection includes films on DVD, Blu-ray, and VHS that are available for check out. Viewing stations for each media type are available along the south wall of the A-Level concourse.   

Library Desktop Computers

All desktop computers in the building have Corel WinDVD to play the DVDs in our collection.

Seminar A

Seminar A is a viewing room equipped with a wall TV unit with a built-in DVD player as well as an HDMI port to connect to a computer. It also contains a wall-mounted whiteboard. This room is available on a first-come, first-served basis. Seminar A can be found on the west side of the A-Level concourse in the elevator alcove.

External Optical Drives

The Lending Services Desk now has external DVD/Blu-Ray drives that are available for checkout. These drives connect to PCs/Macs' USB ports and work with little to no installation required. Unfortunately, these drives are not compatible with Chromebooks.

Reviewed 2022