At all our campus libraries you’ll find spaces, services and staff to support you at uni. Spaces where you belong and can connect to get the best from your study.
Let’s check out Logan and Nathan libraries.
Logan Library is a two levelled space for all your study and academic needs. As you enter the Wayne Goss Centre via the ground floor (level 2) you’ll find our friendly library staff and our social study space where you can work in groups or alone to achieve your academic goals. Computers and printers are available on both levels; you can also print from your own device after connecting to Griffith Wi-Fi. There are also comfy seats, stationery supplies, a binding machines.
Level 3 is the collection, where you can find amongst our shelved items little nooks and quiet spaces to work.
Want a private area? There are four bookable rooms you can reserve for two hours at a time. Each has a desk, powerpoints and a whiteboard.
Make sure to pop in on Thursdays and take advantage of our Student Mentors who are on-site from 10.00 am to 3.00 pm.
Nathan Library is located in Willett Centre and has 3 levels, with our lovely staff on level 1 available to help with whatever library needs you have. Level 1 also has computers, printers, a binding machine, Student Connect (during office hours) and IT support desk (during office hours) to help with getting connected to Wi-Fi. There are bookable study rooms, a sensory friendly space and a collaborative study space. Level one is also open 24/7, you can find out more and apply for 24/7 access here.
Level 2 is a quiet study space containing the first half of its physical collection, along with printers, computers and a nifty outdoor undercover study space. There is also an adaptable exam room which, when not in use for exams is a flexible student study space featuring moveable furniture for small group study, individual study spaces and height adjustable desks.
Level 3 is our silent study space. The space houses half of the collection and provides cozy individual study spaces to help you when you needs to focus. Head on up and you can also enjoy great views of the surrounding bush.
All Griffith libraries are wheelchair accessible.