Study rooms and spaces

Each Library site has a number of study rooms and study spaces for group discussions, projects, presentation work, and to participate in online classes.

Booking study rooms

You can book a room using Resource Booker for a maximum of two hours per day, unless otherwise specified. There are no block or weekly bookings.

Study room booking conditions

  • Group bookings only (2 or more people)
  • You can book one room for 2 hours per day
  • You may extend your booking if it is not booked by someone else.
  • If you do not turn up, your booking will expire after 15 minutes.
  • Rooms are not available for use as classrooms.
  • Leave library spaces clean and tidy.
  • If there is an emergency or emergency drill, you must leave the room immediately.
  • Take all your belongings when you finish and don’t leave anything unattended. We will not be responsible if your personal items go missing.

Advance bookings and cancellations

  • You can make bookings up to 2 weeks in advance.
  • You can cancel your bookings at any time.

Help with bookings

  • Ask the Library if you need help with choosing a group study room to suit your needs.
  • For problems with the Resource Booker system, please contact IT Connect.

Library rooms by site

There are two group study rooms and a seminar room with seating for 20 people. The seminar room is primarily for Library workshops and for general student use at other times during semester.

Floor plan for Brunswick Library (PDF, 200 KB)

There are twelve group study rooms divided between three floors. Two silent study rooms are located on Level 3.

The Online Class Space is available on level 3 (210.03.023). Bring your own laptop and headphones.

Floor plan for Bundoora Library (PDF, 276 KB)

There are four group study rooms and two training rooms with seating for 30 people. The training rooms are primarily for Library workshops and for general student use at other times during semester.

Floor plan for Carlton Library (PDF 464 KB)

There are 17 rooms for group study on Levels 5 and 6.

The Online Class Space is available in Building 12, level 6, room 102 (012.06.102). PCs are available but bring your own headphones.

There are two sensory-friendly study spaces in Building 12, level 5. For more information about the rooms and usage conditions, go to the Disability and neurodiversity support page.

Floor plan for Swanston Library (PDF, 598 KB)

RMIT staff please note that the Library rooms are for student use, they are not available as general teaching or meeting spaces. If you need a meeting room or a teaching space, please go to Property Services room and venue bookings (login required).

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