Group Study Rooms

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Harriet Irving Library Science & Forestry Library Engineering & Computer Science Library Hans W. Klohn Commons

Group study rooms are available for the use of UNB, STU and DMNB students. Library-specific policies and additional information can be found below. The following information applies to all UNB Libraries:


Harriet Irving Library

The student who books a room must present a student ID card at the Commons Service Desk to confirm the booking. The student must check out at the Commons Service Desk at the end of the booking.

The HIL has 4 study rooms; most are equipped with a Wireless Presentation System (AirMedia). This system functions with personal or library-loaned laptops. Information about the Wireless Presentation Systems (AirMedia) is available from CETL. Media set-up instructions are also available at the Commons Service Desk.

Science & Forestry Library

Five study rooms are available. All are equipped with white boards; markers and cable are available at the Service Desk.

Four of the rooms are equipped with a Wireless Presentation Systems (AirMedia).

Engineering & Computer Science Library

Three study rooms are available and all are equipped with white boards (markers are available at the front desk), LAN drops, and wireless internet access. Each room will seat 6 people.

Saint John

Hans W. Klohn Commons

The Hans W. Klohn Commons has 9 study rooms available for study groups with seating capacities ranging from 4 to 8 people. Each room comes equipped with a computer, 46-inch monitor, and whiteboard. Whiteboard markers and laptop cables are available at the Library Services Desk.