*As you walk in the library you should look to the left and give a nice smile and friendly hello to the student workers at the front desk.
Bottom level – This is the “social level.” If you want to talk and socialize and if you’re okay with your studying being randomly interrupted by your peers then this level is where you should be.
Dewey’s – On the bottom level we have our coffee shop/cafe. They have tons of specialty drinks like coffee mixes, frozen blends, ciders etc. There are also other bottled and canned drinks such as pop, Izze, fruit juices, Sobe, etc. Along with many different kinds of drinks you can also pick out some fruit, snacks, sweets, muffins, sandwiches, etc. Dewey’s is a great place to stop on your way to chapel or class or just an awesome way to start off your studying.
Big computer room – Also on the bottom level there is a big computer room. Sometimes this is used by classes but most of the time it is open for everyone to enjoy. This is a great resource for those who don’t have laptops but these computers are mostly used by students to print assignments, notes, etc.
Top level – This would be the “antisocial level.” If you need to focus and don’t want to be bothered or distracted than you should take the spiral staircase upstairs to a comfy couch/chair, study cove (blocked off desks), or isolation rooms.
*The lights throughout the library will flicker letting you know that you have 10-15 minutes until it closes. Except for finals week when its open later or special reasons when it could stay open later or close earlier.
|Closed for Chapel (Tue)||9:15-10:45am|
24 hour computer room – Late night prints after procrastinating to write a paper or copying training packets the morning of the seminar because you procrastinated.
24 hour Kresge room – Late night studying because you procrastinated or the place to go when you feel like distracting those who procrastinated.
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