The Main Campus Library is not only a place for books and resources, many students enjoying working and studying at the library, too.
We have worked to create just the right environment that not only fits your personal way of studying and finding materials, but also provides just the right study space while you are at the library.
Centrally located on campus, the Learning Center is a new space that gives students an opportunity to work and study together. When working on group projects, students can use the space to openly discuss and debate their work.
Students working in groups can take advantage of working in the open area, or in one of three glass booths. Students can reserve a booth in advance to acccomodate study groups of 4 or more people. To reserve a booth, simply send an e-mail in advance or go to one of the Info Desks (at the Learning Center or on the ground floor of the library).
Important Note: When reserving a booth, please provide each student's matriculation number and create a group name. The group name will then be posted on the door.
In between the book shelves on the 1st and 2nd floors there are a number of comfortable, more quiet work areas where you can focus and concentrate on what you are doing.
In these areas, the rule of thumb is: " ... Shhh! Please be quiet and considerate of others!"
There are also two individual workrooms available on the second floor however, these cannot be reserved in advance.
You can also find spaces to study at the Juridicum Law Library on campus, at the Faculty of Medicine library on the MED Campus, or at one of the subject-area libraries on campus.
Night owls can take advantage of the 24/7 Study Zone located on the ground floor by the entrance area to the Main Campus Library. The 24/7 Study Zone is only open and accessible to JKU employees and JKU students.