interior view of the graduate student quiet study lounge showing students using the worktables and couches


 

Graduate Student Quiet Study Lounge

(quiet area)
Car Barn, Room 410 (enter from the 4th Floor patio)
Hours: 7:30 a.m. - 12:00 midnight Monday - Friday  
(except University holidays and as posted)

 

The Graduate School of Arts & Sciences offers a Graduate Student Quiet Study Lounge in the Car Barn, Room 410.  The Car Barn is located at the corner of 36th and Prospect Street, N.W., about 3 blocks from the Healy Gates. This large, comfortable study area has tables, chairs, couches, and work areas for use by graduate students. The Graduate Student Quiet Study Lounge affords graduate students a quiet area to study or to relax between classes. 

The Graduate Student Quiet Study Lounge is intended to be a quiet place for study and work.  It is not a social gathering place.  Anyone disturbing the study and work environment of the Quiet Study Lounge will be asked to leave.  Please help us maintain a pleasant and productive work area.

Access to the Graduate Student Quiet Study Lounge (Room 410) is via the rooftop patio of the Car Bar (4th Floor).  Exit from the Prospect Street lobby onto the 4th floor rooftop patio, and walk back towards the right.  The doorway is marked.  Handicapped students only may enter through the Graduate School Offices (Suite 400) Monday-Friday, 9:00am - 5:00pm (other times, use main Graduate Lounge on the first floor).   The Graduate Student Quiet Study Lounge has ample electrical connections and strong University wi-fi.  There is a University h:Print print station in the Lounge, as well as a hot and cold filtered water dispenser.  There is also a small sink and a microwave for use by students.  Restrooms are located outside of the Quiet Study Lounge, at the entrance to the Graduate School, Suite 400 (Monday - Friday, 9am - 5pm) and also on the 2nd Floor and 3rd Floor of the Car Barn.  There is an 'Einstein's Bagels' sandwich and coffee shop on the 2nd Floor of the Car Barn, and vending machines are located on the 3rd Floor and 2nd Floor, near the Prospect Street elevators, and on the 1st Floor near the M Street elevator.  Wisemuller's Deli and Store, and The Tombs Restaurant are located just across the street from the Car Barn.

Also located within the Graduate Student Quiet Study Lounge is the Graduate TA Conference Room (Room 412), a small room for graduate TAs to meet with students on a one-to-one basis.  The small room has a table and chairs, and a white board and markers.  It has several electrical outlets and strong University wi-fi.  The Graduate TA Conference Room is scheduled by TAs through the Graduate Student Government (GradGov).

interior view of the graduate student lounge showing students using worktables and study area


Graduate Lounge

Car Barn, Room 100 
Hours: 7:30 a.m. - 12 midnight Monday - Friday  
(except University holidays and as posted)

 

The Graduate Lounge is in the Car Barn, Room 100.  It is open weekdays from 7:30am - 12 midnight.  The Car Barn is located at the corner of 36th and Prospect Street, N.W., about 3 blocks from the Healy Gates. This large, comfortable study area has tables, chairs, couches, and work areas for use by graduate students. The Graduate  Lounge affords graduate students a place to study, meet with outher students, and to relax between classes. This is not a designated "quiet area" -- but all users of the Graduate Lounge are asked to maintain conversations at an appropriate level and show consideration for other students.

Access to the Graduate Lounge (Room  CB-100) is via the 1st Floor of the Car Barn.  Follow signs to "Graduate Student Lounge" . The Graduate Lounge is down 4-5 steps, and there is a handicapped wheelchair lift into the space.  The Graduate Lounge has ample electrical connections and strong University wi-fi.  There is a University h:Print print station in the Lounge, as well as a microwave and sink.  There is a water fountain and cold filtered water dispenser located just a few steps away next to the M Street elevator. Restrooms are a short distance away on the 1st Floor (follow signs). Vending machines are located on the first floor next to the M Street elevator, as well as on the 3rd Floor and 2nd Floor, near the Prospect Street elevators.  There are also a limited number of free day-use digital lockers in the Graduate Student Lounge.    


Healey Family Student Center

New South
Hours: 7:30 a.m. - 1:00 a.m. Sunday - Thursday 7:30 a.m. - 3:00 a.m. Friday and Saturday  
(except University holidays and as posted)

 

view of the Healy Family Student Center showing worktables, fireplace and open window areas.

The Healy Family Student Center is located on Library Walk between Village A student apartments and Leo O’Donovan dining hall. This student center features study spaces, meeting rooms, and a large Great Room with a fireplace, couches, and study tables. Also located in Healey Family Student Center are two eateries, The Bulldog Tavern and The Hilltoss, a TV lounge, music practice rooms, and dance studios. As one of the student centers on campus, Healey Family student center is designed for socialization, studying, and working. In addition, there are two University h:Print print stations located in the student center, both located on the ground floor. 

 

 

 


 

Lauinger Library - GRADUATE STUDY Lounges

Hours:  24 hours daily
Exterior view of student and Lauinger Library, constructed in grey concrete in the brutalist style of architecture

 

The Lauinger Library is located across from Healey Hall on Georgetown’s Main Campus on the corner of 37th and Prospect Streets NW. There are two Graduate Study lounges located on the first and fourth floors along with many quiet study areas located on each floor. Graduate students are also allowed to reserve carrels, lockers, and group study/discussion rooms on a first come, first served basis. There are one or more University h:Print  print stations located in the Lauinger Library and a coffee shop on the second floor, The Midnight MUG.

In addition to the Lauinger Library, other libraries include the Woodstock Theological Library, Bloomer Science Library, Bioethics Research Library, Dahlgreen Memorial Library, Edward Bennett Williams Law Library, John Wolf International and Comparable Law Library, and the School of Foreign Service in Qatar Library.