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Dedicated student study areas identified on campus

As students navigate transitions between in-person and remote learning, the university has identified areas on campus that students can use to attend online classes or catch up on studying between breaks in their schedules. These rooms have been identified by the registrar’s office to offer the best availability to students attending in-person classes. In addition, students are welcome to use any unoccupied, unlocked classroom for this purpose. Students should be prepared, however, to vacate the room if a faculty member needs to prepare for an upcoming class.

Students are reminded to be courteous of their peers when using these spaces. If others are present, students are asked to use headphones and speak only loud enough to be heard in their online environments as needed.

The expectations for students using these rooms are the same as for all students on campus: facial coverings must be worn at all times and furniture may not be rearranged.

Dedicated locations available at most hours of the day for this purpose are:

  • Albertsons Library: ALBR105
  • Albertsons Library: individual study rooms and group study rooms
  • Liberal Arts: LART170
  • Pioneer Hall: PNRH102, M-F 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.
  • Interactive Learning Center: ILC Seminar Rooms – ILC205, 305 and 405
  • Student Union Building Lounge Spaces at all open hours
  • Student Union Building Boyington and Brink Room, M-F 8-5 p.m.

While the weather allows, the outdoor areas around the quad, Micron Materials Research, and other tables close to buildings will also provide good access to Wi-Fi.