Study space alternatives to the Library

Struggling to find a seat in the Library? We’ve put together a list of alternative study spaces to help out.

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The SRC have been working with Estates & Buildings in order to compile this list of study spaces alternative to the Library, which can be incredibly busy at this time of year. Please respect the restrictions on the spaces that are available to only certain students.

Building Room College/School Days open Opening hours No. of spaces
Adam Smith Building 1105 PG Social Sciences Mon-Thurs 09.00-21.00 44
UG Social Sciences Fri 09.00-16.45
912a 16
912b 45
Adam Smith Library All Mon-Fri 09.00-17.00 30
Boyd Orr 517 Psychology Mon-Fri 09.00-17.00 30
715 Computer Science 80
720 Life Sciences 74
L8 20
L9 09.00-20.45 44
Chemistry Branch Library Chemistry Mon-Fri 08.00-17.00 6
Gilmorehill Building 123 Film and Theatre Studies Mon-Fri 9.00- 17.00 15
Glasgow University Union Bridie All Mon-Sat 8.00-varies 50
Elliot 18
Hetherington Building 121a Arts Mon-Thurs 09.00-20.00 16
122b Fri 09.00-16.45 14
Common Room Mon-Fri 09.00-17.00 20
James Watt Building 544 Science & Engineering Mon-Fri 09.00-17.00 73
712 42
Joseph Black Building A506 Chemistry & Life Sciences Mon-Fri 09.00-17.00 30
Kelvin Building 320, 333, 470 Physics & Astronomy Mon-Fri 09.00-17.00
for non-physics students
48
Library All Students All week 07.15-02.00 ~1500
Main Building 231/204 Geography Mon-Fri 08.30-17.00 40
233/202 30
Math Building 215 Maths and Stats Mon-Fri 09.00-17.00 30
110 54
No. 2 University Gardens Dish Lab A Arts Mon-Fri 09.00-17.00 20
Queen Margaret Union 3rd Floor All students Mon-Fri 08.00-22.00 65
Rankine Building 311 Engineering Mon-Fri 08.00- 17.00 24
602 27
739 35
Reading Room All Mon-Fri 08.00-21.00 113
Sat & Sun 09.00- 16.30
St Andrew’s Building 258 Education Mon–Fri Mon-Thurs 08.00-21.00
Fri 08.00-16.30
8
387 8
563 8
696 9
441 25
Wolfson Medical Building 303 Medicine All 09.00-17.00
for non-medic students
48
403 80
503 80

Comments

  1. Robin Callaghan · 25 April 2014 at 4:50a

    That’s cool but it could do with a break down of if those spaces are PC or laptop desks (or if there is a plug anywhere near by), many of my favourite old haunts got taken over by crappy computer clusters which no one use so there are becoming less and less space for laptop users.

    1. joseph · 25 April 2014 at 4:50a

      Just unplug a computer screen. Plug it back in when ur going of course!

  2. Chris McLaughlin · 25 April 2014 at 4:50a

    There are university network computers in the Catholic Chaplaincy which are open to all as are the twenty-four hour study facilities with free tea and coffee. As far as I know there is nothing like this anywhere on campus, maybe you could publicise this

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