We have silent study if you like to work in silence:
|Sheila Silver Library:||second and third floor silent study areas|
|Headingley Library:||two silent study rooms on the first floor|
If you wish to talk please use the Group Study Areas. Please switch off mobile phones.
You will be asked to move if your behaviour disturbs others. Please let Library staff know if the study environment is not being respected. You can text us on 0113 320 7594 and we'll send someone to invesigate.
There are group study areas on the ground floor of Headingley Library and on the ground, first, second and third floors of Sheila Silver Library.
These areas have desktop plug sockets and connection to the wireless network.
Skills for Learning provides information on working effectively in a group.
You can also book a meeting room for groups of 4 or more students for up to 2 hours per day:
Did you know that the University provides other open access places to study on campus? Please see the list below for some of the key ones which also include PCs. In addition there are 4 PCs and some large study tables near the City Campus Students' Union offices and the Living Room space in each SU that you are welcome to use. These spaces are available to use until 21:00 Monday to Friday during term time.
|City Campus - Location||No. of PCs|
|Broadcasting Place G01||19|
|Calverley Building 209||7 + black and white printer nearby|
|Calverley Building 410||7|
|Portland Building 522||10|
|Portland Building 622||8|
|Rose Bowl 226||10 + colour printer|
|Rose Bowl 317||17 + colour printer|
|Woodhouse Building down the stairs "underneath" the Gaia Coffee Shop||20|
|Headingley Campus - Location||No. of PCs|
|Carnegie Pavilion 351||4|
|Carnegie Pavilion 436||4|
|Carnegie Pavilion 526||8 + colour printer|
There are over 900 PCs across the two Libraries.
You can use the PCs in the IT Labs if there is no teaching timetabled - check PC Availability or the timetable outside each room.
Keep hydrated while you study. Water fountains are on the first, second and third floors of Sheila Silver Library and just outside JG250 in Headingley Library.