Main campus 

Find a place to study on the main campus. 

  • Libraries 

    Several group study rooms located in Glenn G. Bartle Library, the Science Library and the UDC Library can be reserved up to two weeks in advance using the reservations links on the Libraries website.

    The Libraries have 3 locations with many different types of study spaces. All locations have quiet and noisier spaces, group study rooms you can reserve up to two weeks in advance, computers you can use, library staff to help you, and printing for notes and study materials. Many spaces have dry erase boards and dry erase markers you can check out for use.

    Bartle Library has the most space for studying and is open the latest; during finals it will be open for studying 24/7. You’ll find plenty of study rooms, quiet spaces in the East Reading Room, North Reading Room, and on the 4th floor after 5 p.m. The Innovation Lab is another great space, but it can get noisy depending on the number of students working at one time.

    The Science Library has a very quiet ground floor and noisier and more active 1st and 2nd floors.

  • University Union

    The Undergrounds, including the Corner POD and Think Tank areas

  • MRC Lounge

    Looking for a place to study for finals? The MRC Lounge, LS-G500 will be open from 9 a.m.–10 p.m. Monday–Thursday and 9 a.m.–7 p.m. on Fridays between May 5–19. Stop by to study, relax or watch tv!

  • Multifaith Meditation and Prayer Room

    The MRC Multifaith Meditation and Prayer Room is open 24/7 in LS-G501C. The private, shoeless space is now open throughout the week, including weekends.

  • Residential Life areas
    • Mountainview Appalachian 111
    • Hinman Dining Center Multipurpose Room 1200
    • Hinman Student Success Center, NAR 104
    • C4 Student Success Center, 101
    • C4 Multipurpose Room, 114
  • Fleishman Center

    December 12–16 from 9 a.m.–4 p.m. No food allowed. Individual studying spaces.

Off main campus

  • Health Sciences Building

    The Health Sciences Building is a 24/7 access building for students who have classes in that building only.

    There are three group study rooms on the first floor; HSB-105, HSB-106, and HSB-107D. They are reservable on B-There.

    Open study areas are available on all six floors directly off the elevator.

  • University Downtown Center

    The University Downtown Center Library is convenient for students taking classes at the downtown center and is busy near the front entrance, but quieter once you move away from the doors and the Reader Services desk.

Available for special populations

Peer suggestions

The Peer Success Coaches' top picks for study spaces around campus are:

  • "The fourth floor of Bartle Library, near the mailroom in the University Union, the lobby space next to the EOP and TRiO offices, the Psychology Department building, the Science library or just in my room." -Suany
  • "The new Innovation Lab and the fourth floor of Bartle Library." -Emily
  • "The high top tables in the psychology building (science 4)."- Noa
  • "Hinman Success Center" - Megan
  • "C4 Success Center is a great study retreat" - Lea