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International Students' Guide to the Dalhousie Libraries

Study at the International Centre!

You are very welcome to study at the International Centre, located in LeMarchant Place, Suite 1200, 1246 Le Marchant Street, in Halifax.

A image of a campus map locating LeMarchant Place, which houses the International Centre.The Centre has study tables, a kitchen to heat up your lunch or make a hot drink, games, and even an electronic piano (with headphones).

Study Spaces in the Dal Libraries

Study and work spaces in the Dalhousie Libraries range from individual desks, to group tables, group meeting rooms, and computer work stations.

Learning Commons (areas with desks, computer work stations, study rooms)

The Dunn Law Library, the Killam Library, the MacRae Library, and the Sexton Library each have a Learning Commons. The Kellogg Library Learning Commons is located in the Collaborative Health Education Building (CHEB), at the corner of University Avenue and Summer Street.

The Wallace McCain Learning Commons (WMLC) is located on the Studley campus, beside the Life Sciences Centre.An image of the Wallace McCain Learning Commons.


Study Rooms (for group study and discussions)

Study rooms can be booked at:

  • the Dunn Law Library
  • the Kellogg Learning Commons in the CHEB
  • the Killam Library and the Killam Library 4th Floor Grad Pad - for graduate students
  • the MacRae Library
  • the Sexton Library

To book a study room, you must use the Online Booking System. You must login to the system with your NetID and Password, and then select the appropriate Library (see screenshots below):

Screenshot of the Online Booking system homepage for study spaces at the Dal Libraries.

 A screenshot of what the study room online booking system looks like.