Libraries, Meeting Areas, and Study Facilities
There are many places on campus in which to find both a personal study space as well as group meeting areas. At the Faculty of Science, they include:
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.
The second largest of the libraries at the University of Manitoba, the Sciences and Technology Library works with the Donald W. Craik Engineering Library and the William R. Newman Agriculture Library to serve the research, study, and teaching requirements of the Faculty of Science, the Faculty of Agricultural and Food Sciences, and the Faculty of Engineering.
Visit our Library Assistants at the Service Desk:
- Get information and basic research assistance
- Borrow library material such as books, journals, and Course Reserves
- Pick up Holds and Document Delivery
- Register for a library card
Science Student Lounge
Located in the Armes Building offers starbucks, charging stations, workstations, private study space.
Fort Garry Campus Common Meeting Areas
University Centre – offers food services, the book store and social areas.
International Centre for Students Lounge (541 University Centre)
Private Study Spaces
Science Student Lounge (offers a private study space for rent).
Study carrels in between Parker and Allen Hall Study carrels in the university tunnel (basement level of Armes Building entering into University Centre)