Libraries and Study Spaces

Your time on campus is sure to be spent in a variety of ways such as attending lectures, gathering with other students for group work, personal study time, library research and social activities. 

Getting to know the different meeting and study places available will help you to find “the place” to be so that you can make the most of your time spent on campus.

The Libraries

The Libraries are the heart of the University community and are used for research, study, gathering and exchanging ideas, meeting friends and classmates.  The U of M Libraries consists of 8 unit libraries and 11 satellite information centres located on the Fort Garry and Bannatyne Campuses, and at 8 Winnipeg hospitals.

The libraries offer a wealth of resources to students in both print and electronic formats.  Check out the Libraries homepage for more information, resources and services available.

Meeting and Study Spaces
There are many places on campus in which to find both a personal study space as well as group meeting areas such as;

Fort Garry Campus
Common Meeting Areas:

  • University Centre which features food services, the book store and social areas
  • International Centre for Students Lounge (541 University Centre)
  • Student Lounges in each faculty building

Private Study Space:

  • Study carrels in Machary Hall (just outside of the Faculty of Science Office)
  • Benidickson Reading Room (2nd Floor Fletcher Argue)
  • Study carrels behind in Faculty of Arts Student Lounge (2nd Floor Fletcher Argue)
  • Study carrels in the university tunnel (basement level of Armes Building entering into University Centre)

Bannatyne Campus

  • The Brodie Centre which features food services, the book store, and social areas