If you also find it easier to concentrate and be motivated while studying in an environment with fellow students, here is a guide to places to settle down with your laptop and books.
CBS Library runs 3 reading rooms across CBS Campus. You can borrow a key for a locker in all of them and avoid having to carry your stuff back and forth.
- Solbjerg Plads in the library
The largest reading room on campus with access to book collections and help from the librarians.
There are nearly 400 study seats, and 88 are located in the quiet reading room on the second floor. You need to book a seat on the 1st and 2nd floor but the ground floor is free for all. All floors have lounge areas if you prefer softer seating or need a break.
If you book a seat in the Quiet Reading Room 2nd floor no one mumbles, chews out loud or types away loudly on their keyboard - it has to be quiet.
Printers are located on the 1st floor in the it-room. Coffee and snacks are available for purchase in the CBS Library Kiosk - get a PIN for your study ID by the Campus Desk to get access.
Opening hours: 7:30-23:00.
- Dalgas Have 2nd floor in the middle
The second-largest reading room with 152 study seats, 103 cannot be booked but serves as "first come, first served".
Printers are available in DH.C.0.10 and on the ground floor by the Campus Desk. Coffee and snacks for purchase in the canteen. After closing hours, you can enter the cafeteria with your student or access card.
Opening hours: 7:30-21:00.
- Graduate House
Two reading rooms with 48 study seats and sofa areas if you wish to sit more comfortably. Borrow keys for the lockers at the Campus Desk.
Printers are located on the 2nd floor by the reading room. Coffee and snacks for purchase in the canteen which is accessible after hours with your student ID card as an access card.
Opening hours: 7:30-19:00.
The page was last edited by: CBS Library // 01/18/2023