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Hayden Library

College Library
Downtown Tempe, Tempe
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  • Ceciley
    "The quiet study room on the third floor is the best place to study"(14 Tips)
    Elise U.
    "Cafe Biblioteca has my favorite coffee brand Illy...very delicious"(9 Tips)
    Kelsie R.
    "hidden cubicle"(4 Tips)
    Rainet L.
    "sun card machine!"(4 Tips)
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  • Daniele B.
    Daniele BanciNovember 15, 2013
    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! :)
  • Sarah M.
    Sarah MurphyMarch 28, 2012
    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
  • amanda T.
    amanda TMarch 29, 2012
    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!
  • ASULibraries
    ASULibrariesApril 7, 2012
    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!
  • Rainet L.
    Rainet LewisMarch 24, 2012
    The library is huge & it's a cool place to study. They have library books,magazines & a sun card machine!The staff in the library are friendly & useful. They have computers & printers too.
  • Bryant S.
    Bryant S.March 29, 2012
    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
  • Lucas T.
    Lucas TalmasSeptember 19, 2012
    Been here 50+ times
    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!
  • Alex K.
    Alex KozlowskiNovember 30, 2012
    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
  • Edward H.
    Edward HernandezFebruary 12, 2013
    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.
  • Billy S.
    Billy SmithMarch 25, 2012
    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.
  • D'Andra A.
    D'Andra AlexanderMarch 29, 2012
    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.
  • Hillary E.
    Hillary ElizabethFebruary 15, 2013
    Been here 5+ times
    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.
  • Emily Z.
    Emily ZoellnerApril 12, 2011
    Nice and quiet place to study. Located right in the center of the Tempe campus. Try an iced chai latte or iced thai tea from Cafe Biblioteca to make studying a little more enjoyable!
  • Caitlin K.
    Caitlin KelleyFebruary 14, 2013
    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.
  • Shelby S.
    Shelby SlaughterNovember 11, 2013
    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.
  • Kaylyn P.
    Kaylyn ParsonsMarch 26, 2011
    If you're looking for a quiet place to study, don't come here. It's usually packed and there hardly any study rooms to do your work and get some peace and quiet. I suggest going to the Noble library.
  • Melissa R.
    Melissa RauchApril 10, 2011
    The first floor is such a great place for study groups to meet up. But if you want silence, the 3rd floor is extremely quiet and there are individual desks sectioned off for optimal concentration.
  • Ryan F.
    Ryan ForbesMarch 29, 2012
    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.
  • vincent k.
    vincent kellyApril 14, 2011
    If you need to get some homework done, Hayden is the place to go! great place to pull an all nighter. Always fun to people watch. Computers and printers to use as well.
  • Alex K.
    Alex KayFebruary 22, 2011
    The first floor is great for group studying and collaboration. If you need to concentrate and have some peace and quiet, go to the room right of the elevators on the 3rd floor.
  • ASULibraries
    ASULibrariesJanuary 23, 2012
    There are now adapters to connect Apple laptops to the MediaScape (large tv monitor at the group study table on the first floor). Just check them out with your SunCard at the Info/Check Out desk.
  • Evan R.
    Evan ReithApril 5, 2011
    Study rooms are a solid way to go. I also like the tables outside the entrance to the library, a good place to chill and hang out without too much people and noise.
  • Rishi K.
    Rishi KhiaraOctober 21, 2011
    Been here 50+ times
    One of the best places to study is in the Luhrs Reading Room on the 4th floor... Quite, comfy chairs, big desks... Ideal for studying!
  • Rose R.
    Rose RoverMarch 29, 2012
    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.
  • Buck J.
    Buck JonesApril 8, 2011
    If it was not for the little cafe at Hayden library I would have had no desire to study there. They have great coffee, sandwiches, salads, and bottled Coca-cola!
  • Gery P.
    Gery PadillaMarch 29, 2012
    Been here 5+ times
    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.
  • Jessi S.
    Jessi SchultzNovember 18, 2013
    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.
  • Ali M.
    Ali MaynardApril 14, 2011
    24-hour library equipped with computers, private study areas, books, and personal cubbies for all ASU students to use. There is also Cafe Biblioteca located in the front of Hayden that offers deliciou
  • Berenise S.
    Berenise SolorioMarch 31, 2011
    The private study rooms on the third floor are amazingly quiet, UNLIKE the main floor of the library. Good for tests and quiet homework time.
  • Brittany S.
    Brittany ShirkMarch 27, 2012
    Been here 5+ times
    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.
  • Tom
    TomMarch 29, 2011
    Looking for a quiet comfy spot to study? Try the southeast corner on the 3rd floor. There is an outlet every table and comfortable chairs.
  • Berenise S.
    Berenise SolorioApril 14, 2011
    If you need help finding research journals through ERIC, EBSCOhost, etc, they are always ready and willing to help out. Very helpful and welcoming.
  • J R.
    J RMarch 28, 2012
    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!
  • Kathleen G.
    Kathleen GormleyApril 17, 2010
    Been here 25+ times
    take the elevator to the third floor, go to the right, and then to the left. the desks along the window/wall are usually open, and have lots of outlets around them. and it's quiet there!
  • Boris F.
    Boris FowlerNovember 10, 2010
    The cafe in the front is a great place to get work done. The food in the cafe is great! Make sure you bring a quarter for water. They charge! Bad for business.
  • Gery P.
    Gery PadillaMarch 28, 2012
    Been here 5+ times
    A great meeting place to work on group projects or to go study, but it is usually packed during any exam weeks
  • ASULibraries
    ASULibrariesApril 2, 2012
    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.
  • bdawk20fan4life
    bdawk20fan4lifeApril 6, 2011
    Do not use the basement computers that have an auto-logout feature. There will be a sign near the computer to indicate the time limit. But, students can study comfortably on the cushioned furniture.
  • Brian D.
    Brian DunhamMarch 29, 2012
    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!
  • Cylee G.
    Cylee GuttingMarch 29, 2012
    They actually have a lot of study materials behind the front desk. You just have to swap out your sun card to borrow them.
  • Andrew G.
    Andrew GarnerDecember 7, 2010
    Great place to meet friends to study if you go left as you enter there is awesome group study areas with whiteboards and things
  • Michael I.
    Michael IuorioFebruary 15, 2013
    Great place to study, however it can get really noisy! Study on the third floor to avoid noise!
  • Abby V.
    Abby VesterNovember 12, 2010
    The third floor has got to be one of the best places to study. Quiet with plenty of outlets for you to plug in a computer.
  • Caitlin R.
    Caitlin RoseSeptember 6, 2010
    Been here 10+ times
    If you want to go somewhere quiet, go to the basement, to your left when you see the front desk go right and all the way in the back are a lot of outlets and tables
  • ASULibraries
    ASULibrariesDecember 2, 2011
    More outlets activated on Upper Concourse (in the structure in the middle of the room) & Level 3 (in the tables with the blue dividers).
  • Jason A.
    Jason AbongMarch 8, 2011
    Gets busy around finals or midterms. Once you get a spot, hold onto it because the moment you'll leave it'll be taken.
  • Tom O.
    Tom OhFebruary 15, 2013
    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.
  • Phoebe C.
    Phoebe CohenOctober 22, 2010
    If you need to print something you can put money on a card via a little machine located on the wall next to the copier. This allows printing without sun dollars.
  • Alexandra M.
    Alexandra MarinkovicApril 14, 2011
    Floor three is the best if you could get a table...I love that they're open 24 hours but I wish other buildings were too :/
  • Caroline H.
    Caroline HallNovember 13, 2013
    Third floor is very loud or crowded! Try going to the basement if you really want to get studying done.
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