Drop-in study spaces on campus

We want you to find and enjoy a suitable study space on campus, whether you are studying online or via the dual delivery mode. Check this page for an updated list of available study spaces and simply drop in, no bookings required.

Changes to teaching, learning and student services

Due to current Victorian Government COVID-19 restrictions, amended arrangements are in place for some teaching, learning, and research activities. For more information about changes and access to services that may be of assistance, please visit Coronavirus (COVID-19): student advice and support.

Parkville campus

You can drop into these study spaces at any time and date indicated below.

BuildingRoomsTime availableDates available
(no weekends, unless indicated)
Babel 106 (Middle Theatre), 204 and 303. 8am–9.30pm Monday 28 June – Friday 23 July
Baldwin Spencer 101 (Baldwin Spencer Theatre) 8am–9.30pm Monday 28 June – Friday 23 July
Biosciences 2 124 (Turner Theatre) 8am–9.30pm Monday 28 June – Friday 23 July
Chemistry 371 (Senior Theatre) 8am–9.30pm Monday 28 June – Friday 23 July
FVAS B151 (Lower Theatre) 8am–9.30pm Monday 28 June – Friday 23 July
John Medley EG62 and EG63. 8am–9.30pm Monday 28 June – Friday 23 July
Peter Hall G10, G11 and G50. 8am–9.30pm Monday 28 June – Friday 23 July

Southbank campus

Informal study spaces at the Southbank campus includes libraries and areas in buildings where there are chairs/tables/couches available for students to undertake quiet study. These spaces are not bookable but students can use them for online activities, whilst on campus.  

Campus Hours:
Mon-Sat (7am-11pm)
Sunday (9am-9pm)

Computer labs can be used as informal study spaces at the Southbank campus only when they are not booked for classes.  To view when computer labs are free see the “Informal Study Spaces” location group in ASIMUT.