The Campbell Student Union is open 24-7. Grab a pod chair in the Campus Living Room, a table in the dining room, or a group study room upstairs.
Who says the first draft of your English paper can’t be a great beach read?
Set up camp on the grass overlooking the water. Jessica Foderaro ’17 sent us this photograph.
Grab a friend. Grab a table. Plug in your laptop. Go.
Double the tech, double the productivity.
The Johnson Arts Center has dozens of practice rooms. Music majors joke they live here. Sometimes the music is the work; sometimes the music helps you work.
Obsessing over a project? Don’t stop studying just because your stomach needs food. Plenty of people bring their books to the cafeteria.
Einstein Bros. Bagels in Hedberg Library is a great group study spot. Fireplace. Food. Room for friends.
The tiered couches in the A. W. Clausen Center for World Business are perfect for group assignments, or for reviewing in the moments before class.
Grab a bench and get the work out of the way. Grab a ball when you’re ready to play.
Get a table by the big plants, students suggest, if you need to work alone.