Need a QUIET place to study?
The Library Has It!
You need to review for your upcoming Econ quiz. Or maybe you’re working on that English paper that’s due next week. Study at home, with all those people demanding your time and attention? Nope. At the dorm, with everyone involved in their own lives? Impossible!
It’s a great place to study in peace and quiet.
Unfortunately, about a hundred other students had the same idea.
And with the incredible acoustics in the Atrium, the subtle background sounds start gnawing on your nerves.
Then a large group comes in and sits at the table next to you. And they start whispering. It’s not that bad. You can ignore them and immerse yourself in studying.
A girl giggles. Someone drops a book. Somewhere someone is talking on their phone. You hear the faint sound of music wafting down from the upper level carrels. Several nearby students start talking about where to go for dinner, what clothes to wear and …
You are about ready to explode!
All you need is a room where you can get some peace and quiet and get your work done. Why can’t that place be the library?!!!
What you need is a quiet study room.
And Thompson Library has it.
No reservations needed.
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The Rules for using the Silent Study Room?
Break those rules and be asked to leave.
This room is exclusively for you, the student who needs quiet.
And wants a good grade on that upcoming quiz.
Silent Study Room.
Across from the Circulation Desk on the west wall, 3rd floor.
Room 319, Thompson Library.
Just for you.