Study in the Libraries

We have great study spaces at all of the UO Libraries locations.

image: student studying in comfortable library chairWe have great study spaces at all of the UO Libraries locations (map).

 

LOCATION
WHY STUDY HERE
Architecture & Allied Arts LibraryBeautiful two-story reading room, three floors of study spaces with windows, art all around,  large scanners, writeboards, variety of seating spaces
GSH Library CommonsLots of lighting/windows, reservable group study rooms, librarian office right in the space, eatery down the hall
Knight LibraryLockers, designated quiet study rooms on 2nd, 3rd, and 4th floors, open 24/5 most weeks and 24/7 during dead & finals weeks, large tables, windows, large scanner, cafe on lower level, carrels & individual study rooms
John E. Jaqua Law LibraryInviting space with lots of lighting/windows, designated quiet study space throughout the library, large tables, carrels and soft seating (4th floor is reserved for law students)
Mathematics LibraryMath homework help, large chalkboards on lower level, whiteboards, windows
Loyd & Dorothy Rippey Library, OIMBNatural light, soft seating in the reading room, individual carrels, group study space equipped with large monitor, on the coast
UO PDX Library & Learning CommonsComfortable, natural lighting, solo and group study areas, a private study room, group classroom, soft seating
Science LibraryWhiteboards, large scanner, natural lighting, laptops for checkout, microwave for student use, quiet study area, carrels

For more information, see: https://library.uoregon.edu/general/services/rooms.html

 

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Created by tvs on Feb 28, 2014 Last updated Sep 15, 2014