We have a variety of study spaces across campus for you to use including
The first, second and third floors all have a range of appropriately spaced computer and work desks.
Additional study space is also available in the small rooms around the Library: the maximum capacity for each room is as follows:
|Learning Development Room (UL020)||G||1|
|Seminar Room (UL102)||1||6|
|Group Room 1 (UL107)||1||2|
|Group Room 2 (UL106)||1||2|
|Group Room 3 (UL108)||1||4|
|Group Room 4 (UL201)||2||2|
|Group Room 5 (UL202)||2||2|
|Group Room 6 (UL203)||2||3|
|Group Room 7 (UL301)||3||6|
|Group Room 8 (UL302)||3||2|
|Group Room 9 (UL303)||3||2|
The third floor of the Library is a dedicated silent study area. It is designed for independent study with individual carrels and study spaces.
Talking is permitted on the first and second floors but we do ask that noise is kept to a conversational level, and that all Library users be considerate of others.
Library Learning Lounges are located across campus and are an alternative study option that gives you access to specific equipment and choice of location.
|Alfred Tennyson Building||David Chiddick Building||Joseph Banks Laboratory||Junxion||Minerva Building||Sarah Swift Building|
|Private meeting pod|