Study spaces reopening
Since December 2020, Sapienza has already reopened several study spaces for students, accessible by reservation and subject to availability. Given the resumption of educational activities in the second semester, we will work to make available all the study spaces in the university facilities (faculties, departments and libraries), in compliance with the current regulations on capacity and attendance tracking.
The seating arrangement in classrooms and study rooms ensures that the spacing required by the prevention measures to combat the COVID-19 epidemic is respected.
- To book your seat in the libraries' reading rooms, go to Sapienza Library System.
- To book an available seat in the study spots located in Building CU002 Law/Political Sciences and Building Marco Polo RM021, please access the Prodigit platform. Go to Prodigit
Seats in libraries will be available during each library's opening hours; seats in classrooms and buildings will be available from 8 am to 8 pm. To access Sapienza, you must show your reservation at the entrance (also on your mobile phone or other electronic devices). Study rooms have also been set up at the canteens in Via De Lollis and Viale Castro Laurenziano, thanks to the collaboration with DiscoLazio. Seats will be bookable from January 10, 2021, from 11 am onwards and subject to availability for the following day.
Rectress Antonella Polimeni announced her decision to reopen the study spaces on December 10, in the Academic Senate.
"With this decision, we are tangibly responding to the needs of the many off-campus students and those who wish to experience university more completely and safely," says Rectress Antonella Polimeni. "Students' needs are a paramount point of the future governance activities that I intend to implement, to make the university increasingly inclusive and accessible to all: in this regard, spaces within the university are necessary to guarantee the right to study".
Given the resumption of in-person educational activities, the Rectress whishes the entire Sapienza community an active, safe, and responsible university return.