Juggling back-to-back online and in-person classes can be difficult, especially with physical distancing on campus. Students looking for study spaces at UW-Green Bay campuses are welcome to sit on available furniture in common areas, as directed by signage. Additionally, each campus has study spaces in the libraries and computer labs. See additional information about available study spaces unique to each campus and please be sure to physically distance:
Students may study in the cafeteria (one person per table ), in the lobby of the main building, in the study room in the library, or in the computer labs. There are three reservable individual study rooms in the library building.
The library, commons, computer lab F139 (when not occupied by classes), Student Involvement Center and the Game Room are available for students.
Green Bay Campus
Within the library, students may study in the Library Commons or the 3rd, 5th or 6th floors. The Cofrin Library also has private rentable rooms for the semester a fee (no computers, wi-fi access), free reservable rooms equipped with a computer (Reserve at third floor circulation desk.), and non-reservable, first-come, first-served rooms with no technology but wired/wireless internet access available. The GAC (General Access Computer) Lab has reservable rooms with computers. (Reserve through the Lab Consultant.)
Other specific study spaces include: the Commuter Lounge and the Office of Student Life suite in the University Union, the Garden Café, concourse areas in Lab Sciences, Studio Arts, Rose Hall and Wood Hall. Many of the tables outside are within wi-fi-reach as well.
Students may access library computers or study in library study rooms, the Cyber Café (Room 4207) and a number of open classrooms (designated with signage).