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W.A.C. Bennett Library (SFU Burnaby)
Bookings may be checked on any public computer. Rooms not occupied within the first 10 minutes of a scheduled time or not reserved for use are available for anyone to use.
In the W.A.C. Bennett Library, there are two options for group study. Drop-in open group study areas are available on the 3rd floor (Fireplace lounge and room 3008 when its not being used for classes), and most of the 2nd floor.
There are also 14 group study rooms on the 2nd floor that may be booked for use during the hours that the library is open. These rooms seat from 4 to 8 people and may be booked for a maximum of two hours per day per group. For technical reasons, alumni are not eligible to book these rooms.
See Meeting room booking policy and procedure at W.A.C. Bennett Library (SFU Burnaby) for more information.
Belzberg Library (SFU Vancouver) and at SFU Vancouver
See SFU Vancouver Study Room Booking Information for further details on location, hours and policies.
Fraser Library (SFU Surrey) and at SFU Surrey
Fraser Library has 7 team rooms with tables and whiteboards, each seating 4-8 people. Outside of the Library, rooms may also be booked.
Graduate group rooms, Research Commons (Burnaby and Vancouver)
For more information and spaces available to grad students, see also:
- Bookable spaces for graduate students
- I'm a grad student at SFU. Can I get private study space in the library?
Individual study rooms for students with disabilities: Bennett Library (SFU Burnaby)
Bennett Library has study rooms available to eligible students registered with the SFU Centre for Accessible Learning (CAL).
See Library study rooms for students with disabilities for more information.