Campus Study Spaces

As Clemson University transitions back to in-person instruction, a number of changes have been put in place to adhere to Clemson’s social distancing policies across campus. Below you can find information on where you can study on campus, as well as links letting you know how to make reservations for the spaces requiring them–University Libraries, Academic Success Center, and Watt Family Innovation Center.

Study Spaces Available

LocationTypes of Spaces AvailableLinks
Clemson LibrariesIndividual and Group StudyLibrary Reservations
Academic Success CenterIndividual and Group StudyASC Reservations
Watt Family Innovation CenterIndividual and Group StudyWatt Reservations
Sirrine HallPrivate Individual StudySirrine Hall is no longer available as a study space.
Freeman HallIndividual Study (CECAS students only)Freeman Reservations
Byrnes HallIndividual Study (CLEMSON RISE students only)Bookings are not required for Summer 2021.
Long HallIndividual StudyLong Hall Reservations
Gantt Center LGBTQ+ Lounge SpaceIndividual StudyGantt Center LGBTQ+ Lounge Space is no longer available as a study space.

Clemson University has opened up some building spaces for study without appointments. The following buildings have open areas and lobbies which are open weekdays during regularly scheduled class times.

BuildingTotal CapacityDetails
Brackett Hall57
University Union42Loggia (6th floor, just inside the main entrance on the Brackett side); M-F – 7am – 10pm
Hendrix Student Center551st Floor - Tiger Den (old bookstore space); M-F - 7am – 11pm; S-S - 11am-11pm
2nd Floor - Student Lounge; M-F - 7am – 11pm; S-S - 11am-11pm
Meeting Rooms A/B, David Peebles Multi-purpose Room and Ballrooms A/B will be available when not in use. Check rooms for availability.

All university classrooms will be available for student use between scheduled classes on weekdays during regularly scheduled class times, and are not reservable. Check the classroom for the posted schedule and seating capacity.

View Classroom Schedules Online

College of Architecture, Arts and Humanities

Lee Hall

Room 3K is available for faculty to meet one on one with students.

Brooks Center

Faculty should contact Claire Kelley ( to schedule meetings.

  • Conference Room 221 is available for faculty to meet individually with students.
  • Rm 205 is available for student use during normal hours (EXCEPT for MWF 9:30-11:30 am).
  • Brooks 206 is available for student use during normal hours (EXCEPT for MW 2-5:30 pm).

Daniel Hall

Hardin Hall

  • Room 238 will be available for study during normal operating hours.
  • Room 024 and Room 230 may be available during the day for faculty/student meetings. Contact Jeannette Carter ( for availability and to arrange for use.

College of Behavioral, Social and Health Sciences

  • Lehotsky 285 is available as a study space from 8am-4:30pm Monday through Friday. (Capacity: 15)
  • The following rooms may be reserved by College faculty and TAs for face-to-face meetings with students:
    • Brackett 419, Brackett 234, Brackett 110, Brackett 130
    • Hendrix 300
    • Edwards 402, Edwards 538, Edwards 455

College of Agriculture, Forestry and Life Sciences

The following conference rooms are available for study space during normal business hours:

  • F-149 Poole (Capacity: 12)
  • 276 Poole (Capacity: 3)
  • 111 Lehotsky (Capacity: 3)
  • 251 Lehotsky (Capacity: 3)
  • 265 Lehotsky (Capacity 3)

Map of Study Spaces