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Study seats

Study seats

There are more than a hundred study seats of various kinds across the library. Maybe you want to use the comfortable chairs in the journal area or perhaps you prefer the lined up study seats that you find on all three floors?

The lined up study seats are placed in the most silent part of the library. If you want absolute silence when you study, there is a quiet reading room on the middle floor. There is also a computer room on the top floor and study seats with computers on the entrance floor.

Image of study seats in a group room

For groups, there are plenty of group study rooms on both middle and top floors. There are whiteboards in all rooms and TV screens in many of them. Two rooms on each floor have video conferencing equipment. You find information on how each room is equipped when you book a room through the JU-app. Since there is a high demand for group study rooms, it is a good idea to book a room in advance. Use the JU-app or the web to book a room for your group.

The library's classroom, C2003, is equipped with desks for group work. You are welcome to use the classroom as study room when it is not used for teaching. You can find C2003 on floor 2.

Your JU card gives you access to the quiet reading room, the computer room, and the group study rooms between 06:00 and 23:00, while C2003 is available weekdays 8:00–16:30.

The quiet reading room.

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