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Looking for a quiet spot to study, an AV-equipped collaborative space for brainstorming or simply an area to work on diverse projects? Look no further, we’ve got the information you seek!  

Whatever you’re looking for, you’ll find the right kind of formal or informal learning space somewhere on the UTS campus – and most spaces offer WiFi connectivity so you’re never out of touch.

 

Lounges/learning commons

Multi-purpose spaces accommodating activities such as information-sharing, collaboration, reading and independent study

Students lounging about

LOunges/Learning

Commons

Special Features

Building 1, level 6

Computers, collaborative study pods with AV

Building 3, level 2

 

UTS Library, levels 2, 3, 4 and 5

Computers, study rooms (bookable),

quiet study (level 4), silent study (level 5)

Building 5A, level 1

Computers, collaborative study spaces/rooms

with AV (some bookable)

Building 5B, levels 4, 5

Collaborative study pod with AV (bookable, level 4)

Building 6, level 3

 

Dr Chau Chak Wing Building,

levels 4, 5 (pictured)

Collaborative study rooms with AV (bookable)

Building 10, level 3

 
Building 11, levels B1, 0Computers (level 0 only), collaborative study pods with AV (bookable)

 

Informal student spaces

Often located in open areas and offering various seating configurations to support informal learning and connection

Sets of tables and chairs

Informal student spaces

Special Features

Building 1, levels 3, 4, 5 and 6

Computers (levels 5 and 6), collaborative study pods with AV (level 6)

Building 4, levels  2, 3 and 4

 
Building 5, level  1

Computers

Building 6, levels 3, 4 and 7

 

Building 7, level 3 (adjacent to café)

 

Dr Chau Chak Wing Building, level 3 (adjacent to café)

 

Building 10, levels 2, 4 and 5 (pictured)

Computers (level 2)

Building 11, levels B3, B2, 1, 2 and 3

Computers (level 1)

 

General access computing

Open-access workstations equipped with desktop computers, usually intended for independent study

Computer areas

GEneral access computing

Special Features

Building 1, levels 3, 4, 5 and 6

Computers 

UTS Library, levels 2, 3, 4 and 5

Computers 

Building 5A, level 1 (pictured)

Computers

Building 5C, level 1

Computers 

Building 5D, level 1

Computers 

Building 10, level 2

Computers 

Building 11, levels 0 and 1

Computers

 

Quiet rooms/silent spaces

Rooms or spaces intended specifically for quiet or silent study, focused work or contemplation

Girl looking at computer

Quiet rooms/silent spaces

Special Features

UTS Library, levels 4 and 5 (pictured)

Open study, study rooms (bookable)
 

Collaborative study spaces

Pods and other spaces, some incorporating AV technology, designed to support group work

Students in discussion

Collaborative study spaces

Special Features

Building 1, level 6

Study pods with AV

UTS Library, levels 2, 3 and 4

Presentation room with AV (level 4)

Building 5A, level 1

Study rooms with AV (bookable)

Building 5B, levels 4 and 5

Study pod with AV (level 4)

Building 6, levels 4 and 6

 

Dr Chau Chak Wing Building, level 4

Study rooms with AV (bookable)

Building 11, levels B1 and 0 (pictured)Study pods with AV (bookable, level 0)
 

One-of-a-kind spaces

Spaces to support specific student groups, activities or study preferences

Students playing games

ONe of a Kind spaces

Special Features

Baya Ng'ara Nura Indigenous
learning space: UTS Library, level 2

Computers, collaborative study space

Assistive Technologies Spaces (special needs only), UTS Library, level 2 (bookable)Assistive technology software, equipment and computers 
China Library, UTS Library, level 4 

Events space: UTS Library, level 2

Projector, retractable screen and speakers

Editing studio: UTS Library, level 4 (bookable)

Multimedia software and editing equipment

Games room: UTS Library, level 3 (pictured)

Games

Lobby with interactive wall: Building 11, level 2

 
 

Outdoor spaces

Various outdoor environments, most with tables and seating to support informal learning and connection

Students relaxing at Alumni Green

OUtdoor spaces

Special Features

Alumni Green (pictured)

Under-bench power sockets

Building 1 balconies, levels 5 and 6

 

Building 5 courtyard, level 2

 

Building 5C balconies, levels 4 and 5

 

Building 6 courtyard, level 4

 
Penny Lane (laneway) 

 

UTS Library spaces

UTS Library provides a mix of spaces to best meet your study and research needs. Levels 2 and 3 have seating to encourage collaboration and group discussion. Level 4 is a quiet floor and Level 5 is silent, where noise is kept to a minimum and students work individually. Individual and group study rooms are bookable.

UTS Library study area

 

UTS cafes and bars

There are a variety of places to visit on campus for delicious food and drinks to suit all tastes!

UTS Underground

 

Further information

 

Hot spots on campus

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Building 7 student spaces

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Building 11 student spaces

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