This is a quick guide to help you find social, individual and small group, and quiet spaces at the Saskatoon and Regina campuses.

View USask Library hours and locations, book available study spaces, download mobile apps and access library resources.

The university is closed on statutory holidays. Ear plugs are available at reception desks at all USask libraries.

Study space by campus:


The College of Medicine secures study space in addition to the existing study spaces within the Health Sciences Building. This study space is available Monday to Friday from 5:30–11 pm and weekends from 8 am–11 pm. Individual and group study space is available. View the schedule in Canvas (Modules, Other Useful Information, Saskatoon Site Study Space).

Health Sciences Building

Rooms 1B11 and E1130: Areas are accessible when classes are scheduled and being used for the session; designated in–person, pre-recorded, or virtual delivery. (Monday to Friday: 4:30-5:30 pm)

Room 1B03: Booked after hours beginning as early as 5:30 pm on weekdays (see schedule in One45) and all day on weekends.

Other Health Sciences Building spaces

Building hours: Monday to Friday 6 am–11 pm, Saturday and Sunday 8 am–11:30 pm

B, D and E-wings: multiple meeting rooms available into the early evening during the week.
B and E-wings: multiple open areas available for studying or quiet socializing
D-wing and E-wing atria: three seating areas available for studying or quiet socializing (two in D-wing and one in E-wing)

Leslie and Irene Dubé Health Sciences Library

Individual and small group, and quiet: common area with tables, chair, and casual seating. cubicles for Individual study are also available.
Hours: Monday to Friday 9 am–9 pm, weekends 10 am–6 pm

  • 24 bookable small group study rooms (comfortably seat six to eight people)
    • All study rooms have screens are PC and Mac compatible with adaptors available at the check–out desk
    • Reserve study rooms through online booking system in two–hour blocks up to two weeks in advance
  • 70 cubicles for individual study and additional seating in comfortable, low-noise areas

Murray Library (main USask library)

Social space: Ground and first floor
Individual and small group: Floors 2 to 6 south wing have tables, chairs, couches, and armchairs. Floors 3 to 6 south wing have cubicles for individual study
Quiet: North wing of the entire library, including the Reading Room
Hours: Monday to Thursday 8 am–11 pm, Friday 8 am–11 pm, Saturday 10 am–11 pm, Sunday 10 am–11 pm
NEW: Beginning Nov. 14 – Extended hours from 9 pm–12 midnight (ground floor only)

  • 14 rooms for group study and cubicles/spaces for individual study over seven floors
  • Ground floor: operates late-night study for USask students (student card required) from September to April
    • Monday to Thursday 11 pm–1 am
    • Friday to Sunday 11 pm–12 midnight
  • 24-hour late-night study during final exams in December and April, with unlimited access to the ground floor for group and individual study

Law Library

Quiet: Space available on all five floors
NEW: Beginning Nov. 14– Extended hours from 9 am–9 pm 
  • One bookable study room
  • Cubicles and tables for individual study

St. Thomas More Library

Hours: Monday to Thursday 8:30–8 pm, Friday 8:30 am–5pm, weekends: 11 am–5 pm

Royal University Hospital (RUH) (connected to Health Sciences Building)

  • 24-hour Patient and Family Resource Centre available to students as a study space


Health Science Learning and Resource Centre – Level 0, Regina General Hospital (RGH)

Health Sciences Library – Level 0, Regina General Hospital

  • 24-hour student access
  • One bookable study room. Book a room in the RGH Library.
  • Cubicles for individual study
  • Contains the College of Medicine Collection
  • Five networked computers connected to a small printer
  • Large photocopier/scanner/printer (no charge for printing or copying with code 15300)
  • View the SHA Library academic and professional support services available:


Health Sciences Library

Access USask Library e-books, journals, and databases including Ovid MEDLINE, Embase and more. A USask NSID and password are required. E-book collections include:
  • AcccessMedicine
  • AccessAnesthesiology
  • AccessEmergency Medicine
  • AccessPediatrics
  • AccessSurgery
  • Clinical Key


Download DynaMed, Lexicomp, Read by QxMD, RxFiles, and VisualDx for free as part of the USask library subscription fees. Visit and choose “Mobile Apps” from the left side menu.

Access to USask Library Print collection

The Leslie and Irene Dubé Health Sciences Library mails books, and scans and emails print journal articles to students working and learning outside the USask Saskatoon campus. Visit to register for this service. 

Interlibrary Loan 

Fill in an interlibrary loan request to access an article not available through USask. You will receive an emailed link that allows you to download the article. Print books can also be requested through this service, but will take a bit longer since a physical copy will need to be mailed to the USask Library or mailed to you if you are located outside Saskatoon.

Need help finding information?

Get in touch with the Clinical Medicine liaison librarian for advice on a literature search, questions about library services, or any other library–related questions. Visit for more information.


Access online resources from the SHA Library on the College of Medicine Regina Campus guide:
Registration is required for access: 

For inquiries or to meet with an SHA librarian, phone 306-766-4142 or email