There is no public access to our library facilities other than for picking up requested materials through January 31, 2021. Please refer to the Library's COVID-19 page for more information. https://lib.uconn.edu/about/covid-19/
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 The Babbidge Library has many different types of spaces to fit your study needs. From spaces to spread out and work, to the quiet floor with no cell reception, find the space that's right for you using the Library Study Space Guide: https://guides.lib.uconn.edu/studyspace Current UConn students can reserve group study rooms online. Go to http://s.uconn.edu/hblgroupstudy For more information about reservation times and limits, see 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. Graduate students are welcome to use the Graduate Commons on Level 3, a dedicated study and collaboration space for graduate students. Swipe your One Card outside the room to enter. Researchers working on extended projects can apply for research carrels in the Babbidge Library http://www.lib.uconn.edu/about/rooms/carrels.html. Other Campus Libraries UConn Library at Hartford Public Library Learning Spaces - https://lib.uconn.edu/location/hartford-campus-library/spaces/ Stamford - The library has two floors with individual and group study spaces. The first floor includes a variety of seating configurations, including the computer lab, 5 collaborative group study rooms, and a Quiet Study Room (1.65). The second floor is all quiet study with 5 group study rooms. All 10 group study rooms are first-come, first-serve and keys may be checked out at the Library Services Desk. There is a limit of 2 hours. Waterbury - Keys are checked out at the front desk for study rooms available. Rooms are on a first-come, first served basis for 2-hour use. First Floor Soft Talking in Open Floor Space; Group Study Room 123F (accommodates 4-8) Second Floor Quiet – Individual Study Carrels - Group Study Rooms 227A and 227B (accommodates 2-4), 227E (accommodates 4-8) Third Floor Quiet - Individual Study Carrels - Group Study Rooms 321D and “Cube” (accommodates 4-8)