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 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.
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: email@example.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 firstname.lastname@example.org. 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.