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How do I reserve a study room?

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Due to COVID-19, Babbidge Library on the Storrs campus and regional library locations will have limited study space available.

Some campus libraries require a reservation with a NetID for study spaces and/or computer workstations. There is a blue "Reserve a Seat" button on the library's homepage, https://lib.uconn.edu/ that takes you to the page to reserve your seat. Seats can be booked in two hour increments with a limit of two reservations per day and can be made up to three days in advance.

  • Homer Babbidge Library - study spaces and computers are available on levels B, Plaza and 1 and must be scheduled prior to use.   Bookworms space and the four seats in the quiet study are open at 7:30am; these seats are accessible to study before noon. All of the library’s spaces close at 10pm when the library closes.
  • Avery Point Campus Library - study spaces and computers must be scheduled prior to use.
  • Stamford Campus Library - computers (including the Bloomberg terminal) and single occupancy rooms must be scheduled prior to use. The remainder of the seats are first-come, first served.
  • Waterbury Campus Library - computers only must be scheduled prior to use. Study spaces are first-come, first served.
  • Hartford Campus Library - no reservations are needed.  Services and space are on the ground floor only with entrance on Arch Street and UConn ID.
  • Pharmacy Library - no reservations are needed. 
  • Music & Dramatic Arts Library and Archives & Special Collections are closed to the public.

 

Homer Babbidge Library

Current UConn students can reserve a group study in the  online http://s.uconn.edu/hblgroupstudy .   Instructions for reserving a room can be found at http://lib.uconn.edu/teach-learn/rooms-public-spaces/group-studies/
Individual study carrels are available on Level 3. These carrels are intended for temporary use; check out a key at the iDesk on the Plaza Level using your One Card.
Researchers working on extended projects can apply for research carrels in the Babbidge Library http://www.lib.uconn.edu/about/rooms/carrels.html.

Regional Campus Libraries

rooms are available on a first-come, first-served basis. Collaborative workstations and large screen monitors are available as well. Sign up at the services desk.

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