Answered By: Cambridge University Libraries Accessibility Service Last Updated: Mar 28, 2022 Views: 14
There are a lot of different types of study spaces across Cambridge Libraries. College libraries and faculty and departmental libraries may be able to offer a study space that suits your needs.
At the University Library there is the main reading room, which is usually quiet and quite high intensity, with lots of desks to study at. There is also the smaller North Reading room, which also offers height adjustable desks. Additionally there is the South Reading Room with sofas and comfortable chairs.
There is also the assistive technology room on the third floor in the South Wing 3 Study Hub, which can be booked by students registered with the Disability Resource Centre.