Blackader-Lauterman Library of Architecture and Art3459 McTavish Street, Montreal H3A 1Y1
It’s not just for books anymore. McGill’s libraries and collections located across both campuses are at the centre of student life. Whether you need online resources, computer workstations or wi-fi access, individual study carrels or group study rooms, McGill’s libraries offer students top quality services and programs. There are more than 6 million items in our libraries’ collections, with more added each day. And the Humanities and Social Sciences Library has 24-hour access for studious insomniacs.
Throughout your academic life, you will need a range of study options. And across campus you will find all sorts of study spaces to suit your different needs. Quiet spots for individual study in one of the libraries, group study rooms with smartboards and multimedia, open study areas for large groups, reserved desks and spaces for grad students, and the Redpath Library’s Cyberthèque – you have a lot of choice at McGill. With wi-fi access across campus, you can even sit on the grass with your laptop and have a host of tools at your fingertips.