The Commons

Wide open, with lots of natural light and sound absorbing surfaces above and below, the Commons offers a variety of seating and table options for quiet reflection and individual study, to collaboration and even casual networking among your fellow SBS grad students.

Huddle Spaces

Huddle spaces for 2, 3, or 4 students line the perimeter of the fifth floor. Coffee-table seating and gentle halo lighting offer a great environment for comparing notes, preparing for a presentation, or getting ready for an exam.




Blue Sky Lounge

Situated right in the flow of our fifth floor long Sky Lounge table offers high-top seating computer plugins on both sides, and an ideal vantage point to meet a fellow student or faculty member. It's ideal for a last-minute touch-up on your laptop or tablet, an impromptu meeting of the minds, or a planned get-together.



Study Spaces

Open to all unless closed for a private event.These are public spaces with tables, chairs, couches, and raised workstations. These spaces are open until 11pm unless closed for a private event. (off the Blue Sky Lounge area) - Reservation required.
SUGBA (Suffolk University Graduate Business Association) should be contacted to reserve this space. Email: sugba.assoc@gmail.com to make a request.


Reserved Study Rooms

Group study rooms  #5511 through 5515 can be reserved through the Law School reservation system. Students must check in to the study room within 30 minutes of the reserved time at the check-in terminals next to the circulation desk on the 6th floor of the library.Group study room #5207 can be reserved by contacting Emily Pytka at epytka@suffolk.edu. Complete policies and procedures for study rooms appear on the reservation page. Note that:

Rooms can be reserved up to 7 days in advance.

  • Each reservation can be a maximum of 3 hours.
  • A student is limited to 1 reservation per day and 9 hours of reservations (within a week) at any given time.
  • (For Rooms 5511, 5512, 5513, 5514 and 5515 ONLY)
  • There are a number of workstations (along window wall sections of floors) that can be reserved by faculty and staff. When not reserved they are available first come first serve for students.