The school of Computer Science offers several undergraduate study spaces:
- HP3115 – TA Center and Study Space (cap 30)
- HP4115 – Undergraduate Lab (cap 30)
- HP4155 – Tutorial Lab (*) (cap 78)
- HP5151 – Game Development & Sr. Undergraduate Lab (**) (cap 22)
- * Please note that you can only use HP4155 outside of the posted tutorial sessions
- ** The gaming lab is intended for gaming stream students and Sr. Undergrads third year and above
For detailed SCS Lab info and current lab schedules please refer to:
The library (library study space) and other lounge spaces on campus are common areas for study space; here is some additional options. There are reserved supplementary space, and rooms are divided into two categories:
- Quiet study rooms (for viewing and independent work only);
- Interactive and group study rooms.
|Quiet Study Space (830am-10pm)||Interactive and Group Study Rooms (self service)|
|TB 238 (cap 76)||CB 2103 (cap 7)|
|TB 240 (cap 78)||CB 3102 (cap 7)|
|ME 3190 (cap 36)||CB 3201 (cap 5)|
|PA 218 (cap 32)||CB 2302 (cap 9)|
|PA 112 (cap 19)||LA B249 (cap 19)|
|PA 118 (cap 20)||SA 411 (cap 15)|
|LA A204 (cap 19)||PA 100A (cap 15)|
|LA B250 computer lab (cap 27)||PA 114 (cap 19)|
As of Sep. 6, 2022
Quiet study rooms:
- Rooms will be occupied on a first come, first serve basis. No need to book a seat through the portal. If the room is full, students should try another location.
- We will post signs on the door to mark the self-study rooms.
- The rooms will be advertised to students through social media and other student communications.
- Students will be expected to use their own headsets, as it’s for quiet study.
Interactive and group study rooms
- Students will book the rooms through the portal, its self-service; no approval necessary. Link to the portal: https://booking.carleton.ca. More info: Student Study Space
- The rooms may be used for group work and to meet/study/interact with their peers.
Carleton University has 15 Public Labs for Students located in 5 buildings on campus.