The Atrium’s second-floor balcony is packed with comfortable chairs, small tables and acoustics which muffle the conversations below. With the skylight above, this location also has a unique sense of openness.
Bright lights and firm furniture make the Jacobson Faculty Tower’s lobby well-suited for students looking to finish off their group projects.
At Starbucks, familiar food and drinks can offer support or just a means to connect with a study group.
A study nook near a stairway in the New Science Building.
Warm lighting and décor, found on the second and third floors of the Humanities building, offer a place for students to decompress in between assignments.
Between the fragrance of dark coffee and the flexible office chairs, the Sojourner Truth Library’s lobby is a relaxing choice for students looking to tackle their toughest subjects.
Seats like these on the second floor of Old Main are great for students who want to stretch out and work on a book.
This spot, on the second floor of Wooster Hall, has the building’s signature lighting, view and décor while being relatively detached from traffic.
Unused classrooms like this one in Old Main can help motivate students who work best in an academic environment.
While the library’s ground floor has study nooks in various shapes and sizes, almost all of them share a certain quiet snugness that can keep restless students focused.