It’s a Tuesday night when the mundane nature of your study habits finally hits you and you decide that it’s time to shake things up – it’s time for a new study spot.

Then the question hits: where to go? Luckily for you, you chose to attend a university that provides a multitude of diverse locations where you can grab a chair and get on that 4.0 grind.

THE TOP TEN STUDY SPOTS

 

  1. Weldon Library Map Centre

Quietness: 1/5

Comfort: 2/5

Aesthetics: 2/5

Space availability: 2/5

  1. Fireplace Lounge UCC

“Comfy and not too much/too little noise for those like me who hate studying in complete silence.”-Kristina Colonna

Quietness: 1/5

Comfort: 5/5

Aesthetics: 3/5

Space availability: 3/5

  1. UCC Third Floor

“I love third floor UCC, it’s quiet, but not dead silent, always space, outlets, and reasonably comfortable chairs, close to all UCC amenities, and you have an option of corrals or desks if you’re with your friends.” – Ian Jones

Quietness: 2/5

Comfort: 4/5

Aesthetics: 2/5

Space availability: 3/5

  1. Music Library

“Almost always empty in the morning, and if you need a break you can play piano for a bit (headphones provided).” – Eric Belrose

Quietness: 4/5

Comfort: 3/5

Aesthetics: 2/5

Space availability: 5/5

6. King’s Library

“The chances of you knowing anyone there – being a main campus student – are very slim. You can get comfortable and you can always get to smell the coffee around.”- Nora Samhadaneh

Quietness: 4/5

Comfort: 4/5

Aesthetics: 2/5

Space availability: 3/5

  1. Law Library

Quietness: 4/5

Comfort: 3/5

Aesthetics: 2/5

Space availability: 4/5

  1. FIMS and Nursing Building

“This new building is probably one of the prettiest ones on campus and can definitely serve as a motivational factor.” – Katherine Lu

Quietness: 2/5

Comfort: 4/5

Aesthetics: 5/5

Space availability: 3/5

  1. Ivey Building

Quietness: 3/5

Comfort: 4/5

Aesthetics: 5/5

Space availability: 3/5

  1. Weldon Library Floor 4 and 5

“I am inspired by buildings since I am from NYC and I thought Weldon 4th and 5th floor beside the windows were not bad in terms of views.”- Saeed Awawdeh

Quietness: 5/5

Comfort: 3/5

Aesthetics: 2/5

Space availability: 2/5

1.Taylor Library LG & G Floor

“LG Taylor because everyone else looks as sad as me.”- Darlene Thong

Quietness: 5/5

Comfort: 3/5

Aesthetics: 2/5

Space availability: 3/5

 

Psst… Some Obscure Study Spots

  1. Ursuline Hall Oak Room at Brescia
  2. Outside 3M
  3. Health Sciences top floor
  4. Peters Library
  5. Recreation Centre
  6. Education Library
  7. Elborn College
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