Quiet? Group? Late night? Caffeine? Computer?
Whatever your needs, we have a study space for you
Although some students come to the Libraries to catch a nap between classes, most rely on us to work on a group project, study for a midterm, write a research paper, work on a problem set, or one of the other thousand things on busy students' to-do lists. The University Libraries, with 14 buildings spread across the East Bank, West Bank, and St. Paul campuses, are a great place to find the study space you need, including:
- Deep quiet study areas in Wilson Library
- Coffee shops in Walter Library (basement) and Wilson Library (basement)
- Group study rooms with whiteboards in Walter, Wilson, Bio-Med, etc.
- Wireless Internet
- Computers and printers
- Media Viewing Room in Walter Library
- SMART Learning Commons in Walter, Wilson and Magrath
- and much more
Check out up-to-the minute computer availability in library computer labs with your mobile phone at https://www.lib.umn.edu/mobile/workstations.php
Find out more:
- More spaces in the University Libraries:http://www.lib.umn.edu/instruction/studentsupport/studyspaces
- Office of Classroom Management study spaces: http://www.classroom.umn.edu/studySpace/FindStudySpace.html