University study spaces

The Graduate Centre

The Graduate Centre in Building 1888 (Building 198) provides graduate spaces, computer labs, study carrels, lockers, and meeting rooms. You also have 24-hour access to both the Graduate Centre and the Printroom (using your student card to swipe for access after hours). For more information, please contact the Graduate Student Association (GSA).

The Baillieu Library

A dedicated study space for graduate students is available on the first floor of the Baillieu Library. The room has power-enabled desks with seats for 24 students. Graduate students can access the room with their student cards. There are also four graduate study rooms in the Baillieu Library, which can be booked for two-hour periods.

Library study spaces

All University libraries have study spaces, computers, rooms, and group study spaces available. Check Bookit! Online to see what's available and make a book. For branch locations and opening hours, visit the Library website.

Find additional study spaces

  • Bookit! Online allows you to find and access computers, study rooms and group meeting rooms across campus
  • Lost On Campus is another great resource for find study spaces and rooms