Group study rooms

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Who can use these rooms?

Group study rooms are available for Dentisty students only.

Number of rooms

1

Locations

Alumni Reading Room is in the Dental Sciences Building, 124 Edward Street, Room 267

Features

Seating for 6 and wireless internet

Can I book in advance?

Yes

Who can use these rooms?

All currently registered U of T students can use these rooms for academic purposes or other University-related projects.

Number of rooms

19

Locations

2nd floor, main floor, and 1-below. Group study room map.

Features

Most rooms have whiteboards or chalkboards. One room has presentation practice technology. Students with accessibilty needs have priority when booking room B172.

Can I book in advance?

Yes

Who can use these rooms?

All currently registered U of T students can use these rooms for academic purposes or other University-related projects.

Number of rooms

5

Locations

There are five bookable rooms on the first floor of Robarts Library which can be used to rehearse class presentations and are equipped with large screen displays for this purpose.

Can I book in advance?

Yes

How do I reserve a room?

Reserve a study room with one of the printer attendants on the first floor of Robarts.

Who can use these rooms?

Only current OISE students, staff, faculty, and  OISE Alumni Readers may use study rooms on the Mezzanine Level. All members of the UofT community can use the 4 study rooms on the Concourse Level.

Number of rooms

26

Locations

Mezzanine and Concourse levels

Features

Four of the rooms on the Mezzanine level have large screen displays. All rooms have power outlets.

Can I book in advance?

Yes.

Who can use these rooms?

Group study rooms are only available to registered students, faculty members or staff persons of Regis College.

Number of rooms

2

Locations

One is located inside the library and one is elsewhere in the building.

Can I book in advance?

Yes.

How do I reserve a room?

Rooms can be booked through the library by phone or in person or through the college reception desk by phone or in person

Who can use these rooms?

All currently registered U of T students can use these rooms for academic purposes or other University-related projects.

Number of rooms

64 total, 20 are bookable

Locations

Sussex 1 Sussex 2, St. George 3, and St. George 4 on each stacks floor (floors 9 -13).

map of Robarts floor showing bookable rooms

Features

Seating for up to 5 people.  Wireless connectivity.

Can I book in advance?

4 group study rooms on each stacks floor (9-13) can be booked in advance. All others are first come, first served.

Who can use these rooms?

Group bookings for the Presentation Practice Room (PPR) and use of the Kelly Library’s four non-bookable rooms are restricted to groups of two or more U of T students, staff, or faculty. Rooms are for studying and academic group work. They are not sound-proof; while using these rooms please respect others in the area and honour the Kelly Library’s Conduct Regulations.

Number of rooms

5

Locations

Second floor: rooms 201, 202, 205, 206, and 231 (PPR).

Features

All have electrical outlets and Wi-Fi capabilities. All five rooms have chairs and tables. Three of them have chalkboards. The PPR has a white board and an LCD screen with a VGA hookup.

Can I book in advance?

Only the PPR can be booked in advance. All other rooms are first come, first served. The PPR can be booked for up to three hours per day and up to four weeks in advance. Those who have booked the PPR have priority for using it.

Who can use these rooms?

All group members must be U of T students. Two of the rooms can only be booked by a Trinity or Wycliffe College student.

Number of rooms

4

Locations

Second floor, east side

Can I book in advance?

Yes. First come first served when not booked.

How do I reserve a room?

By phone at (416) 978-5851 or in person at the Circulation Desk

Who can use these rooms?

All currently registered U of T students can use these rooms for academic purposes or other University-related projects.

Number of rooms

1

Locations

Room 220

Can I book in advance?

Yes

Who can use these rooms?

One of the rooms on the 1st floor is for graduate students only. All other rooms are available to all currently registered U of T students for academic purposes or other University-related projects.

Number of rooms

30 (19 in the Library, 11 in the UTM Instruction Centre)

Locations

Levels 1, 2, 3 of the library and next door on the Second Floor of UTM’s Instruction Centre.

Features

One of the study rooms on level 1 is a graduate student study room in which every wall is a whiteboard. All other study rooms contain whiteboards, tables and chairs.

Can I book in advance?

Yes (29 of the 30 rooms).The graduate student study room is available on a first come first served basis.

Who can use these rooms?

6 of the rooms are bookable only by UTSC students. 1 larger room can only be booked by TAs and instructors through the Circulation Desk.

Number of rooms

11

Locations

Main floor

Features

All the study rooms are equipped with chalkboards and have at least two electrical outlets.

Can I book in advance?

Yes (6 of the 11) The remaining 4 larger group study rooms are available on a first come, first served basis. When the bookable rooms are not reserved, they are also available on a first come, first served basis.

Who can use these rooms?

All currently registered U of T students can use these rooms for academic purposes or other University-related projects. Groups must consist of 5 or more students.

Number of rooms

4

Locations

Two are located on the Queens Park Level, adjacent to the student lounge. Two study rooms are located on the second floor.

Can I book in advance?

One study room is bookable. All other rooms are first come, first served.

How do I reserve a room?

In person or by phone 416-585-4470.