Study at the Libraries

Find somewhere to study at the UCI Libraries or on campus using the Study Space Locator
The Langson Library offers quiet study space in a wide range of options including 852 individual study spaces.
  • The 4th floor, Basement, Special Collections, and Southeast Asian Archive are designated Quiet Study Zones. Please turn your cell phones off and take all conversations outside.
  • The 3rd floor offers study rooms of varying sizes, which are available on a first-come, first-served basis. Please inform the Check Out Desk Staff if you see a study room that contains unattended belongings.  Belongings left unattended in a study room for over 15 minutes may be removed by Check Out Desk Staff to free the room for another's use.  Items can be retrieved at the Check Out Desk.  The Libraries are not responsible for belongings left unattended.
  • The Nordstrom Honors Study Room is available on the 4th floor for Honors students.  Please speak to a Check Out Desk staff member for additional information on using this facility.
Roger C. Holden Faculty and Graduate Student Reading Room
  • The Roger C. Holden faculty and graduate student reading room is located on the second floor, LL 203.
  • The Reading Room offers an attractive and comfortable space for UCI faculty and graduate students to conduct research in the library.
  • The Reading Room includes quiet research space with study carrels, library tables, a scanner and two computers. Please speak to a Check Out Desk staff member for additional information on using this facility.
The Ayala Science Library offers quiet study space in a wide range of options including 2000 individual study spaces.
  • The Ayala Science Library offers over thirty study rooms of varying sizes, which are available on a first-come, first-served basis. Please inform the Check Out Desk Staff if you see a study room that contains unattended belongings.  Belongings left unattended in a study room for over 15 minutes may be removed by Check Out Desk Staff to free the room for another's use.  Items can be retrieved at the Check Out Desk.  The Libraries are not responsible for belongings left unattended.
  • There are also seven semi-enclosed study areas are available on a first-come first-served basis for group study.
  • The 4th, 5th and 6th floor Bar and Drum are designated Quiet Study Zones. Please turn your cell phones off and take all conversations outside.
  • The Honors Study Room is available on the 4th floor for Honors students.  Please speak to a Check Out Desk staff member for additional information on using this facility.
Faculty and Graduate Student Reading Room
  • The Faculty and Graduate Reading Room is located on the Fourth Floor, ASL 411 BAR which may be entered on either the fourth or fifth floors.
  • UCI faculty and graduate students may use the reading room by checking out a cardkey from the Check Out Desk.
  • A scanner is available for your use.

The Grunigen Medical Library offers quiet study space in a wide range of options including 40 individual study spaces located throughout the library, as well as two meeting rooms available through our online reservation system.

  • Quiet study carrels are located in the back of the library, each desk is on a first-served basis.
  • Large tables, chairs, and couches are located the general reading area, providing a comfortable space for patrons to do their research.
For more information about the meeting rooms and the online reservation system, see http://grunigen.lib.uci.edu/reserve-room.
The Libraries Gateway Study Center is located across from the Langson Library.
  • Open 24 hours pre-finals and finals week.
  • Libraries Gateway Study Center is a designated Quiet Zone.
  • Libraries Gateway Study Center offers 13 study rooms of varying sizes, which are available on a first-come, first-served basis.
  • Please inform the Desk Attendant if you see a study room that contains unattended belongings.  Belongings left unattended in a study room for over 15 minutes may be removed by Libraries' Staff to free the room for another's use.  Items can be retrieved at the Desk.  The Libraries are not responsible for belongings left unattended.
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