Featuring convenient hours, Burling Library is a great location to study day or night.
The third and fourth floors, added to Burling Library in the ’80s, are havens for quiet study.
Burling’s study area on the south end of the building features tables for studying and two “jungle gyms.”
Two “jungle gym” study carrels are a unique and popular Burling feature.
Need to spread out? Large tables on the library’s first floor offer lots of work space.
Take a break! Knitting, anyone?
Burling Library has 60,000 books on premises and access to more than 800,000 volumes online.
Large windows on Burling’s south side admit lots of warm, natural light ideal for studying.
Special collections — such as the East Asian collection and Black Library — provide an in-depth look into specific topics.
Burling offers a great stress-free environment for students to study and complete academic work.
Study spaces are set up to allow students to work near the literature pertinent to their research.
Burling’s first-floor study areas are great for group work or more sociable studying.
Tucked just inside Burling’s entrance, a small computer lab offers access to technology.
Dedicated research assistants are always available to help, especially on particularly tricky research papers.