People tend to check in during these times:
Criss Library: Besides being a great place to study, see interesting exhibits in the H. Don and Connie J. Osborne Family Gallery, enjoy a break in the Marion E. and Barbara B. Tritsch Garden during warm weather or meet a friend for lunch in the Library Cafe.
Breakfast paninis are delicious!
Easily the best place to check out books on campus.
Please, be quite in the library! Libraries are suppose to be quite reading areas, not social gathering areas. It's hard to study while you are talking.
General school and studying materials for purchase in a vending machine on the 1st floor. Great if you forget your flash cards or you need a highlighter.
Study in the grad student cubbies on the NW part of the 3rd floor. They are almost never there and it's super quiet and isolated.
Bees in the garden! But they are agreeable enough.
Shhhhh be quiet
Don't ever sit with Scott Poulin or Grant Pille, you'll never get any studying done.
Air conditioning in the Library!
With three floors and thousands of books the Criss Library has everything you need for studying or casual reading. Check out the cafe or any of the media rooms you can rent out for study sessions.
Take your cell phone conversations outside.
Careful it closes at 5 on Fridays
When listening to music, videos, etc., remember to check out and plug in the headphones.
If you don't want to deal with people chatting it up while you study just head up to the third floor. It's quiet study only, no cell phones or talking please :)
Use your church voice inside criss
Snickers Latte in the cafe!
Don't walk out the door on the first floor north door alarm will sound.. You wouldn't believe how much it happens!