A renovation of the University of Georgia Main Library brings the total number of small group study rooms across campus to more than 100.
The summer transformation of the Main Library’s first floor includes an additional 28 glass-walled rooms for small groups to discuss course materials. The rooms feature workspaces with white boards and power outlets, and the project also includes a larger room designed for groups of 12 to 15 people.
As part of the project, the Main Library is piloting a program to notify students of open group study spaces through a digital sign and web portal. The rooms may be utilized on a first-come, first-served basis, although the larger Barr Seminar Room may be reserved in advance.
UGA’s Libraries feature a variety of study options for students, including communal study areas, quiet reading rooms and individual carrels located in the Main Library, the Carnegie Library, the Miller Learning Center, and the Science Library.
For more information about study spaces in the UGA Libraries, go to libs.uga.edu/study-spaces.