People tend to check in during these times:
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Nice quiet place to study
i love books!!!!!!!
I'm actually motivated to study here rather than at home.
Get here early during finals, as it can be hard to find an open seat or power outlet.
J Majors: There's a special lab on the 4th floor just for you. Macs loaded with Final Cut and the Adobe suite in the southeast corner; Walk toward that southern window after the stairs and hang a left
Low on money for books? Borrow books from Summit or ILL. Ask the front desk for more info and instructions on requesting book.
Third floor got small study rooms on both left n right side
Silent rave = epic fail
You can print to the first floor printers wirelessly from your laptop. Just ask the computer help desk by the stairs to show you how!
Try to snag an individual study room. They're the perfect place to study!!
There's a great new scanner that's completely free! Check it out on the first floor by the old copiers.
Allan Bros. Coffee in the basement on kincaid side + goodies! That way you don't have to trek it back to 13th for a cup! Big comfy chairs there too :)
In the Quiet room on the second floor you can pull up two comfy chairs, put your legs up and snooze :)
If you're sitting at a table with an open seat, be courteous and let another student sit there. We're all here to study!
Fourth floor is the "greek floor".
if you must be in the library when it's sunny out, make sure to sit somewhere on the south side so you can soak up those rays!
If you can't find something - check the map. It's really not that complicated. Room numbers begin with the number of the floor their on and books are divided by call numbers.
If you can't find a book on a shelf, check the sorting area or cps on the 2nd flr. If it still isn't there, come down to the circ desk and ask them to either do a search or get it from another lib