Dear Students and Families: As you prepare for your return to campus, I want to remind you of the critical role each of us plays in protecting the health and well-being of our campus. Our individual actions impact our broader…
Campus Study Spots Available While Preparing for Midterms
With midterms approaching next week, there are plenty of spaces students can use to work on assignments, attend Zoom classes or prep sessions, and study. Earlier this semester, the University identified a wide range of study spaces across campus that are open throughout the day—whether a short break in-between classes or a long day of studying—and accommodate social distancing.
The following locations are available regularly for student use:
- Bird Library
- Carnegie Library
- Marshal Square Mall (upper dining area)
- Room 110, National Veterans Resource Center at the Daniel and Gayle D’Aniello Building (NRVC)
- Canteen Café Seating Area, First Floor, NVRC
- Hendricks Chapel, Main Chapel (quiet study only)
- Quad Tents
Additionally, students have access to more than 50 classrooms that have been identified as open locations for use. Please note that some of these classrooms are scheduled for a limited amount of classes. To access the weekly class schedule and visit room links, students can access the Classroom Study Space page. Please maintain social distancing when using these spaces and follow occupancy guidance per classroom.
Story by Alana Boyd ’21, Communications Graduate Assistant