|Architect's render of level 3 west|
There has been a reduction in seating and student computers. There are currently 400 study seats and 70 computers, down from 750 and 160 respectively. Wireless and power are available in the library so it’s advisable to bring your own device.
Alternative study spaces
Check the alternative study spaces on campus, including the 24/7 computer labs.
For all students:
• Building C Level 1 lounge = 140 spaces
• Building T Level 1 Computer labs T125 and T126 = 60 spaces
• Building S Level 2 Student lounge and Overseas Student Services lounge = 20 spaces
• Building B Level 1 Monash Connect = 20 spaces
• Building B Level 2 Foyer areas = 60 spaces
• Building K Level 3 Foyer areas = NEW
For postgraduate students, there are spaces available via swipe card access:
• Building C Postgraduate lounge = 120 spaces NEW
• Building T Level 2 Labs and study spaces = 110 spaces
• Building H Basement = 30 spaces
• Building H Level 2 Syndicate rooms and casual seating = 55 spaces
With reduced computer availability in Caulfield Library, a number of computers have been dedicated to express printing. Do plan ahead when you need to print something and especially when you are meeting a deadline. Expect a printing queue so allow sufficient time.
Service points and collections
The information point will be next to the new temporary entrance on level 2 and the research and learning point for drop-ins will be located on level 3. The collections will be housed on levels 3 and 4.