Gnarrwirring Karrung (Narrowing Ker Ung) S building
Located diagonally opposite the Mt Helen Campus Library, the ground floor of the S building houses a vibrant student space that students can access from 8am to 8pm, Monday to Friday, with access via swipe card from 8pm to 8am.
This space contains nine group study rooms, a kitchenette, vending machines, unisex toilets, printing facilities, open collaborative study spaces, study corrals, and you might even bump into one of the Library's roving staff, offering a helping hand.
Learning and quiet study spaces
The Mt Helen Library has a number of student spaces to cater for a range of study styles, from beanbags and couches on levels nine and one, to the private study rooms that are found on level one. These study rooms are bookable. There is also the quiet study space that is located on level two of the Library, this is a peaceful area with a large number of study corrals. These spaces can be accessed during Library opening hours.
Located in rooms F302, F303, F304 and F305, these spaces are primarily computer labs but also hold vending machines, a kitchenette, printing facilities, and an open collaborative space.
Library meeting room
The Library has a bookable eight person capacity meeting room with video conferencing facilities.
After hours space - (coming soon)
Currently available 9-5 (weekdays), this space will be housed within the SMB Library and will offer students 24-hour access to an area of the SMB Library. This space includes a collaborative learning area, printing facilities, a kitchenette and vending machines.
Library group discussion room
The Library has a bookable six person capacity group discussion room.
Group study space
The Gippsland Library’s Group Study space (found in rooms 1E207, 208, 208A, 208B) is available for students, with student ID swipe access for times when the Library is closed. This space contains various tables and chairs, a vending machine, audio-visual equipment, student computers, printing facilities, portable white boards, and fixed glass boards.
Located in rooms 1E-213 and 1E-214, these spaces are primarily computer labs and are accessible with student ID swipe access for times outside of usual hours.
Old Ballarat Public Library
The Camp Street Arts Academy has an excellent space within the Old Ballarat Public Library, here students can find a kitchenette, vending machines, computers, printing facilities and open collaborative study spaces.
Group study space
The Berwick Campus Library has an open collaborative study space with printing facilities, computers for student use, and two bookable discussion rooms.
Located in room #G96, Building 903, this space is primarily a computer lab. Students have automatic access to this space via their Student ID cards between 6am – 10pm (when the main buildings and entrance doors are still open). After 10pm access is available by calling security on (03) 5122 8555, or by entering the external door near the security office to gain access from the main desk.
Group study area
The Wimmera Campus Library at Horsham has open study areas with couches, group study space, computers and printing facilities.
FedUni also has a large number of computer labs, available to students to use. Please be aware that some of these do require swipe access by student ID cards or might be required as scheduled classrooms during semesters. There is also a bookable discussion room.