Additional Study Spaces on Campus

The University of Cincinnati has multiple libraries available for quiet study on campus. Please see details below.  Cincinnati Law students can use any of the University of Cincinnati campus libraries with their Bearcat ID.  Additional information can be found at the UC Libraries website and you can view a map of UC libraries.  

Walter C. Langsam Library (known as UC’s “main library”) offers quiet study areas as well as multiple study rooms. The study rooms in Langsam Library are first come, first serve.

For more information, visit the Langsam circulation desk, call 556-1424 or email a question.   

The John Miller Burnam Classical Library located in 417 Blegen (behind the law school) offers a group study room. The room may be reserved in person at the Classics Library, by phone at 556-1314 or by emailing the Classics Library Associate Shannon Stewert. See the Classics Library website.

The CCM Library is located in 600 Blegen and offers a quiet study area and a group study room.  For information, visit the CCM Library circulation desk or call 556-1970.

The CECH (College of Education, Criminal Justice and Human Services) Library is located in 400 Teachers College. Learn more about the CECH Library via their website. There is a reservable study room on the 4th floor.  For information, visit the CECH circulation desk, call 556-1430 or visit the reservation link

The Chemistry-Biology Library is in 503 Rieveschl Hall and offers quiet study space and individual study carrels, which are available on a first come first served basis.

The DAAP (Design, Architecture, Art and Planning) Library is located at 2600 Clifton Avenue and has five study rooms that can be reserved and used by UC students.  The Seminar Room and the Eames Room are located on the 1st floor and can be reserved by calling 556-1335 or by visiting the DAAP Library front desk. The Special Collections and Fish Bowl Rooms are available on a first-come, first-serve basis. Weekly sign up sheets are posted every Monday morning, and are located outside each room'€™s entrance. For more information, visit the DAAP library website.  

The Geology-Mathematics-Physics Library is in 240 Braunstein Hall.  There is quiet study space available, as well as one group study room. Students can find out more information by visiting the circulation desk or by calling 556-1453.