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Sucky structure, too many doors but you can only enter and exit from one side!! 😒
3rd floor or basement are the only quiet places.
Don't go on upper levels if you need it to be quiet to work! Go down to the basement and get the nook in the corner by the newspapers.
The third floor is known unofficially as the Greek floor!
Spent many late nights and early mornings here! Try the chicken shawarma from the Cafe Biblioteca! The price is OK...They also have a great variety of herbal teas. Perfect for students I think! :)
Third floor is very loud or crowded! Try going to the basement if you really want to get studying done.
Every aspect of this library is built for success in the Sun Devils. I personally spend a lot of time on the third floor, where they have intense quite areas.
Great place to take a nap before studying, 3rd floor
If you need a quiet place to study but don't want to be a loner and/or confined to a cubicle, try out the 3rd floor. It's exactly what you're looking for.
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Cant focus at home? Come to Hayden to study. Particularly upstairs in between the book cases, here you can find some desks to be alone. Its very quiet too which is a plus.
Great place to study, however it can get really noisy! Study on the third floor to avoid noise!
Café Biblioteca's coffee isn't that great, but they have a good tea selection.
Great place to study is the second floor in the plush chairs overlooking the lawn. There are outlets for your laptop; just don't go at sunset, the glare is killer.
Great place to get things done, provides access to the Internet and to the plethora of books that sit on the shelves. Also a nice place to kill time and people watch.
The basement is best if you want a silent study environment!
Being Arizona State's largest library, it gets crowded especially around finals. Check out some of the smaller, less known, library's on campus encase you need a better place to study
Try to be courteous for everyone. If the floor is designated as a quiet floor then don't whisper with friends or listen to music through your headphones, because we can all still hear you!
Great place to study! Plus, enjoy Cafe Bibloteca's food and beverages when you need a pick-me-up.
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Study for those finals!
Hayden starts 24/7 hours on 4/22. Once we open Sunday morning we won't close again until finals are over.
Join us for a very special event Sat April 7: Club Hayden! Will feature a live DJ & full club lighting; Kegs of craft root beer and lavish food will be available for free. Join us!
Need to do a group presentation? Try out one of the media tables on the lower and upper concourse levels. Adapters for Apple computers can be checked out at the Info Desk.
Every good Sun Devil spends time studying for midterms and finals in Hayden.
Basement is always a good place to get some quiet study time. There's a cafe there in case you need a quick lunch. Library gets crowded during finals. Open 24hr for students with ID except on weekends
Hayden Library is only a good place to come to if you're working on a group project or with groups. Whenever I come here by myself it is always people talking loudly and it is usually hard to focus.
Very helpful staff and if you do not have access to a computer or the Internet, and you're a student, this is the place to be!
They actually have a lot of study materials behind the front desk. You just have to swap out your sun card to borrow them.
This library makes you get work done if you find the right spot. I prefer the basement where there is computers or personal desks. Try the Cafe down stairs by the front for a great bite to eat!
Not the easiest place to study on campus and has become known as Club Hayden. If you are trying to study take yourself up to the third floor as it gets more quiet as you go to the higher floors.
If you want to get some studying in dont go to the group study areas & if you want outlets for your computer go to the second or third floor. The bottom level right when you walk in isnt a good spot.
If you are looking for a really quiet area to study or work on assignments go to the 3rd floor, most people don't go there so its relatively empty all day, even during busy exam weeks.
Not only is this a huge library with unlimited resources & a great place to study at any time of the day, but during midterms & finals week they provide FREE drinks & snack after 2:30 am for crammers
A lot of people end up socializing more than studying here so try to bring headphones or go to the basement…it's quiet there! Avoid during finals-it's packed!
Studying on the new couches and tables past the computers on the first floor is very relaxing.
Highly recommend getting a study room when you can.
If your tired & looking for a place to take a quick nap go to the 2nd floor of Hayden, it's ASU's unofficial student nap area
A great meeting place to work on group projects or to go study, but it is usually packed during any exam weeks
Best place to actually study is the basement. It is the quietest place.
If you want peace and quiet at Hayden, basement cubicles is the spot to be.
Make sure to bring your sun card for nights you plan on being there after midnight. They make rounds to make sure your a student.
There aren't many places with outlets so make sure you sit next to one if you bring your computer!
What ever happen to the concept of Peace and Quite in the Library? But the resources make up for the noise..
Don't buy anything from Cafe Biblioteca (period). Too much $
The fastest computer is on the first floor by the printer and help desk
club hayden? it's definitely a busy place, but a really good place to get homework done is on the third floor. Or if you are more scenic go to the second floor and over look the walk way.