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Final exams have officially begun as of this week, continuing until next Friday. Which means that college students are scrambling to learn all the things they should have understood three weeks ago, but forgot to care about. But never fear!
If no one can help you memorize, we can at least give you some nice, quiet spots on campus to accomplish your work.
Davis Library: THE official study spot, with 8 floors of quietness. However, during exams all the good spots seem to be occupied 24/7.
Undergraduate Library: a smaller library, with a little louder atmosphere, but very few seating areas (you should probably plan to walk in at least 4 circles if you want a spot).
The Union: 3 floors of study areas and outside seating, each area with a different atmosphere.
SASB: located on South campus, SASB is a little less frequented but still popular among freshmen.
B-School: full of dedicated business majors, the B-school is another South campus option that doesn’t tend to overflow with undergraduates.
Knapp-Sanders: the often forgotten Law Library holds a few secret study spots.
Wilson Library: for those who absolutely must have NO talking (and no fun!).
Davie Hall: on every floor there are lounges that rarely have more than two people; take advantage!
Lenoir/Ram’s Head: if studying in a busy atmosphere is your thing, you’ll find it here.
And don’t forget: if you live in a residence hall or an on-campus dorm, they also have studying rooms! Which turn out to be perfect for getting away from your roommate without having to change out of your pajamas.
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