Study Spaces By Building
Each of our buildings offer unique study environments. No matter where you are on the Ann Arbor campus, there’s a library space nearby.
Reference Reading Room
Historic space in Hatcher North that's well-known for quiet study.
Asia Library Reading Room
A mixture of seating and the Oka Tadoku Room make up this cozy, light-filled space.
International Studies Reading Room
A small, tucked away reading room near the Hatcher North lobby.
Hatcher North Stacks Study Tables
Claim an out-of-the-way spot in the book stacks.
Hatcher Floor 2 Spaces
A historic space outside the Reading Room with wooden tables and reading lamps, along with some adjacent study areas.
Hatcher South Carrels
Semi-enclosed spaces for one with a desk and window. Floors 3-5 are a Focus Zone.
Clark Library Seating Area
Grab a seat on the couches or an armchair located near the exhibit cases in the Clark Library.
Hatcher Floor 6 Spaces
A lounge-like study area with views of the Law Quad and Michigan Stadium.
Hatcher Bookable Carrels
Enclosed booths with a desk, a chair, and a view.
Shapiro Basement Spaces
Movable tables and chairs in an open space.
Shapiro Floor 1 Spaces
A large open area with a variety of seating options and tables. This is a Collaborative Zone.
Shapiro Floor 2 Spaces
More talkative study areas, especially in the evenings.
Shapiro Floor 4
This floor of Shapiro is quieter, with windowed nooks and tables among the book stacks.
Art, Architecture, and Engineering Library
Art, Architecture, and Engineering Library Basement Spaces
An open space with large tables away from distractions.
Art, Architecture, and Engineering Library Floor 2 Spaces
Natural light brightens this space, which is set up for collaborative work in the front and quieter work in its interior.
Art, Architecture, and Engineering Library Floor 3 Spaces
Choose from a variety of seating options, including study pods and large tables.
Art, Architecture, and Engineering Library Collaboration Rooms
Small rooms you can book up to 3 days in advance.