Brescia’s study spaces are adaptable to many styles of learning. Whether you are studying with a group of people or alone, there are many spaces on campus to study in!
Located on the main floor of Ursuline Hall (UH), the Oak Room is filled with rich history as Brescia’s previous library. The large table gives students plenty of room to spread out in the quiet space.
Renovated by the Brescia University College Students’ Council in 2015, this lively student space keeps students engaged with splashes of pink around the room. Located in UH, just steps from the Oak Room, the lounge is best for group work.
The Rose Room has significant ties to Brescia’s foundresses, the Ursuline Sisters, who used the space as a tea room! Today, you can find students, faculty and staff using the room located in UH as a meeting and study space.
Located in the Mother St. James Building, outside of The Hive, the Living Room is a comfortable communal space for spending time with friends between classes or working on group projects.
Whether you study best alone or with your classmates, the library adapts to all learning styles. And, this accessible space becomes a silent study zone for students during exam periods!
While The Mercato is primarily Brescia’s dining hall, you can frequently find students using the comfy couches to study on near the beautiful ceiling-high windows.
Residents in Clare Hall have the opportunity to take advantage of the study rooms on every floor! Students have access to plenty of resources and you can’t beat the views from Clare Hall.