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Study areas

Bond University Library provides a variety of study spaces across the Main and Law Libraries and the Multimedia Learning Centre to suit different learning styles and needs. Computer workstations, casual lounge areas, study rooms, booths and individual study spaces are available.

The Assistive Technology Room is not available for self-service bookings.

Students registered with the University’s Accessibilty & Inclusion Advisor have priority use of the Assistive Technology Room and it must be vacated upon request for a registered student.


A range of small and large rooms are available for groups to do collaborative work and study. There is also a bookable studio for recording video and audio.  Students are permitted to book a maximum of 3 hours per day, and a maximum of 6 hours per week. 

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Quiet & silent zones

Location Quiet conversation areas Silent study areas
Main Library

Level 2
Mezzanine on Level 3
Group study rooms on Levels 2 & 4

Level 3
Level 4

Law Library Level 2
Group study rooms on level 3
Level 2 collection area
Level 3
Multimedia Learning Centre General area and Global Links Room Digital Media Hub

Alternative Study Spaces

When the Libraries and Multimedia Learning Centre spaces are in high demand, don't forget there are other options.

or take a look at these options across campus..

Access arrangements

The Main and Law Libraries & Multimedia Learning Centre are generally only accessible to Bond students and staff with valid swipe card access. Alumni should visit Security to obtain visitor access.

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