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Library Study Space Guide — Study Spaces at the Homer Babbidge Library

A guide to the study spaces available at Homer Babbidge Library

Need a good place to study? This guide will help you choose the study space that's right for you!

Reserve a Study Space!

Use our room reservation system to reserve a group study space!

 

  • Go to this link: https://lib.uconn.edu/teach-learn/rooms-public-spaces/group-studies/
  • Select "Reserve Group Study Room."
  • Find the room that you want on the left, and select the time that you want your reservation to start in the calendar grid to the right.
  • At the bottom of the screen, select the time you want your reservation to end, then hit “Submit Times.”
  • Enter your NetID and password.
  • Hit the “Continue” button if all of your reservation information is correct.
  • Hit the “Submit My Booking” button to complete your reservation. You’ll receive an email confirmation.
  • Show up to the room on time with at least one other member of your group.

Floor Space

Level A Quiet Floor; Good for Individual study
Level B Soft Talking Allowed; Group Study Rooms; Good for Group Study
Plaza Level 24-hour Study; Bookworms Cafe; Good for Individual and Group Study
Level 1 Talking Allowed; Group Study Rooms; Good for Collaborative Study
Level 2 Soft Talking Allowed; Group Study Rooms; Good for Group Study
Level 3 Soft Talking Allowed; Group Study Rooms; Open Floor Space; Good for Group Study
Level 4 Quiet Floor; Group Study Rooms; Good for Individual Study