This is a basic overview of our various study spaces. For policies and more information, visit the Study Room FAQ and Policies page.
South Study Lounge: 2nd floor lounge with outdoor patio, individual and group seating, plus one group study room (reservable).
Individual and Group Study Rooms (reservable): Available on the 1st, 2nd and 4th floors. Reserve now.
Recording Studio: Located in the Information Commons. Request a booking through the Digital Scholarship Center.
Graduate Study Commons: Quiet study space with individual work spaces, tables and lounge seating available exclusively for graduate students. Includes two computer workstations, a printer and book scanner.
Bloomberg Computer Station (reservable): for Binghamton students only. Reserve now.
Reserve a Study Room in the Science LibraryStudy space is available throughout the Science Library. Designated quiet study space is located in individual study carrels on all floors.
Group Study Rooms (reservable): Five rooms on the 1st floor.
In addition to the study carrels in the UDC Library, the following rooms are available in the UDC for quiet study when the building is open.
• Room 123 (Computer Pod)
• Room 357 (Graduate Student Lounge)
Non-reservable Spaces Outside the Libraries
In an effort to give students ample space for socially distant studying, the University has identified these areas as additional non-reservable study spaces - visit open study spaces on campus.