Study Spaces

Brooklyn Location

Dibner Library (5 Metrotech Center) – the library also has study rooms you can use, please visit: http://poly.libcal.com/booking/studyroom for more information.

Regna Lounge (6 Metrotech Center – Rogers Hall)

Student Lounge (5 Metrotech – LC 215)

Greenhouse - when available (Basement – Rogers Hall)

For residential students – those who live in Othmer Residence Hall, as you may know, there are various student lounges throughout the building for your use. Additionally, residential students are allowed to use the lounge on the first floor.

Also, throughout Rogers Hall and the Jacobs Academic Building, there are study pod spaces especially designed for students to find pockets within the building to sit down and study in a quiet space.

NYU Washington Square

The Elmer Holmes Bobst Library (70 Washington Square South)

The Elmer Holmes Bobst Library (70 Washington Square South) – you can reserve a study room at Bobst, for more information, please visit: http://library.nyu.edu/services/group_study.html#reservinggroup

Kimball Hall (246 Greene Street at Washington Place, 1st Floor)

Kimmel Center for University Life (60 Washington Square South) – there are various spaces within Kimmel including the 2nd floor lounges, Commuter Lounge, 3rd floor dining room and the 7th, 8th and 9th floor open lounges.

Pless Hall – Steinhardt (82 Washington Square East, 1st floor)

Silver Center (100 Washington Square East)  - an academic building, the Silver Center also houses the Silverstein and Hemmerdinger Lounges (Quiet lounge) on the 1st Floor as well as the Heights Alumni Lounge on the 1st Floor) and the Lewent Lounge located on the 9th Floor.

Academic Resource Center w/Argo Tea (18 Washington Place)

Also, please note there are also graduate student lounges located on campus.  For additional spaces and more information about study spaces at NYU Washington Square, please visit: http://www.nyu.edu/students/undergraduates/student-information-and-resources/student-lounges.html

Friendly Reminder to Respect Spaces

Also, please note, as you use the various spaces, both in Brooklyn and Washington Square, please respect the space and treat it as if it is your own.  As a member of the community, we hope that you make sure to keep all spaces clean for the next person to use. During high peak study times, respecting the space allows for all students to be in a safe and comfortable environment. Our hope is that we all do our part in making sure all our public spaces are kept tidy.

The spaces are mostly first come, first serve.  However, if you can make room for a classmate at the table or share a common area, please be courteous.