There are several options for on-campus study spaces that may include private rooms and high-speed internet. Facial coverings or masks must be worn at all times. Violators will be asked to leave and may face student conduct actions. In addition, food and drink are generally not allowed in these spaces.
Reservable Study Spaces
- Rooms for online learning and exams – If you need to take and exam or need online learning space.
- The Libraries provide a variety of study options, including seats in study spaces, 1-person study rooms, and computer lab seats. All seats require an active Wiscard and an appointment.
- The Student Activity Center is open. Please visit https://asm.wisc.edu/sac/for a list of current hours, services and links to reserve study spots.
- The Gender and Sexuality Campus Center is open with reservable study space. Please visit lgbt.wisc.edu for hours and location, email firstname.lastname@example.org or contact via social media to reserve study space.
- The Multicultural Student Center is open with 20 reservable study spaces. Please visit https://msc.wisc.edu/ for current hours and links to reserve study spots.
Non-Reservable Study Spaces
- Drop-in Learning – There are several locations on-campus for drop-in learning that have high speed internet but do not require a reservation.
- Study spaces are available at both Memorial Union and Union South, on the first floors as well as other areas throughout the buildings. Hours of operation are 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. for Memorial Union, and 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. for Union South.
- For students that live in residence halls, study rooms and lounges are available with some capacity restrictions. Check with the front desk or email your House Fellow for specific study space locations and availability.