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  • Raynor Memorial
    "New group study space designated, come check it out!"(10 Tips)
    courtney
    "Check out a study room if you need an area for a group project."(3 Tips)
    Kerry L.
    "The basement of Raynor is a place that is unknown to many"(3 Tips)
    Elizabeth B.
    "A great place to study... 5th floor of Memorial."(2 Tips)
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  • Shion G.
    Shion GuhaApril 27
    Been here 5+ times
    Tolkien collection ftw!
  • Carolyn Y.
    Carolyn YumskiDecember 11, 2013
    Been here 25+ times
    Raynor rave this Thursday at 7:00. Time to rock the stacks.
  • Nicole S.
    Nicole SearlesDecember 2, 2013
    Been here 25+ times
    If you never study here, don't take other peoples usual spots finals and midterms. Just don't study then, since you haven't all semester.
  • Jacqueline K.
    Jacqueline KoenigsOctober 14, 2013
    In the bridge they have a brew cafe, but don't forget to bring your own coffee mug! I have made that mistake too many times!
  • Kyle M.
    Kyle MoodyOctober 13, 2013
    On Raynor's second floor you can see the seals of the various Jesuit Universities
  • Emily K.
    Emily KupchoOctober 13, 2013
    Need to print out something quickly before class? Check out Cudahy hall - there are a few computers there for quick printer access.
  • Emily K.
    Emily KupchoOctober 13, 2013
    You can check out study rooms from the library homepage - no muss, no fuss, and it's great for studying in groups.
  • Emily K.
    Emily KupchoOctober 13, 2013
    Looking for a quiet place to study? There are plenty of spots up on the 4th and 5th floor of Memorial library, and not many people go there.
  • Katherine C.
    Katherine CroninOctober 7, 2013
    I spend a great deal of my time in Raynor Memorial Libraries. Raynor provides Marquette students with a comfortable studying environment along with a variety of educational resources. Check it out!
  • Emily K.
    Emily KupchoOctober 2, 2013
    Looking for the #muturkey? He's been spotted hiding in the bushes in front of Memorial a few times.
  • Emily K.
    Emily KupchoOctober 2, 2013
    The basement of Raynor's great if you're looking for a group study room, but it's first come, first serve, especially around midterm week. #adpr4300
  • Rachel M.
    Rachel MarkwieseOctober 1, 2013
    Been here 25+ times
    First floor Raynor is the best place to study on campus. It's not too loud but not too quiet! Plus it's prime for people watching if you need a little distraction!
  • Danielle A.
    Danielle AllenApril 17, 2013
    Been here 25+ times
    Study hard, take your exam, then grab a beer at Murphy's :)
  • Theresa T.
    Theresa TApril 10, 2013
    Hitting the books hard #pentothepaper
  • Alexa M.
    Alexa McKennaApril 3, 2013
    If you want a good spot in Raynor get their early, or stay late. Otherwise Memorial has many good study places. Make sure you look around for the good ones.
  • Dan P.
    Dan PeznolaMarch 27, 2013
    Working with a group? Head to the bridge. Need some peace and quiet? Head to the fourth floor of Memorial: one of the best places to get things done at.
  • Cameron K.
    Cameron KellyMarch 25, 2013
    "Where the magic happens." Nothing like a caffeine-fueled night of cramming. Sit in the soft chairs, beware the sleeping foot.
  • Hannah M.
    Hannah MaresMarch 25, 2013
    The bridge is the best place to have group meetings. I also love going here to get a coffee and a bite to eat and catch up with friends between classes.
  • Benjamin B.
    Benjamin BiwerMarch 25, 2013
    Been here 25+ times
    Best place to study is in Memorial on the second floor near the windows. You get your own little cubicle and desk and it's quiet!
  • Jonathan C.
    Jonathan ClevelandFebruary 25, 2013
    Been here 25+ times
    The reading room in Memorial is a great place to get some studying done. Just beware of the radiator on the west side of the room...it's relentless.
  • BG S.
    BG SlimJanuary 26, 2013
    Been here 50+ times
    Get me outta here
  • BG S.
    BG SlimJanuary 9, 2013
    Been here 50+ times
    I work in the Raynor basement #chill best place to study
  • Joe S.
    Joe ScannellDecember 10, 2012
    Open 24 hours a day AND The Tolkien manuscripts are here!
  • Matthew F.
    Matthew FrostOctober 31, 2012
    Whether it is Memorial or Raynor, the complex is a student favorite to study. I recommend the 5th floor stacks for a getaway from any distraction.
  • Mark L.
    Mark LongOctober 29, 2012
    This place has great study rooms. The trick to getting a good study room for yourself on the weekends is if you get to the library at eleven am on the dot. It will be filled within five minutes.
  • Elizabeth B.
    Elizabeth BureshOctober 29, 2012
    A great place to study... 5th floor of Memorial. It's usually pretty deserted and not very much people traffic. It's easier to stayed focused because of the smaller amount of people up there.
  • Grace L.
    Grace LindenOctober 22, 2012
    Looking for a place to study that isn't too quiet or too loud? The Brew at the Bridge is exactly the right setting for you. You can also get your coffee fix and a few snacks at the same time!
  • Jordan S.
    Jordan SwensonOctober 20, 2012
    Memorial 1st floor is an underestimated study spot. Everyone usually goes up to the 4th or 5th floors or down to the lower level, but the 1st floor is usually empty. Remembering that from now on.
  • Briana K.
    Briana KingOctober 3, 2012
    Been here 5+ times
    If you are looking for colored printers they can be located on the first floor right when you swipe in!
  • Raynor Memorial
    Raynor MemorialApril 17, 2012
    Free coffee tasting tomorrow, 4/18, in the Raynor Lobby 8am -12 noon
  • Karla T.
    Karla ThorpeApril 16, 2012
    If you're looking for a secret and quiet place to study, try the fifth floor of Memorial. It's usually deserted and there are big tables in the reading room if you like to spread out.
  • Raynor Memorial
    Raynor MemorialApril 12, 2012
    Post your favorite poem on the bridge
  • Aria D.
    Aria DeBennyApril 12, 2012
    If you need help writing or editing a paper check out the Ott Memorial Writing Center located in Raynor Library room 240. They are an excellent resource especially for freshman!
  • Raynor Memorial
    Raynor MemorialApril 11, 2012
    Theres a very interesting national traveling exhibition about Lewis and Clark in the lobby. Lewis and Clark lecture on April 25th. http://www.marquette.edu/library/news/2012/lewis_and_clark.shtml
  • Raynor Memorial
    Raynor MemorialApril 11, 2012
    Feeling the end of the term crunch? Schedule a research consultation with a librarian for one-on-one assistance with your paper or project. http://bit.ly/IlC176
  • Erin M.
    Erin McgarryApril 11, 2012
    Been here 25+ times
    Reserve a study room for groups of 5 or more at the front desk. Space is first come first serve for rooms with white boards and projectors all you need is your MU ID.
  • Father M.
    Father MarquetteApril 10, 2012
    Been here 10+ times
    Look for me in the lobby.
  • Kerry L.
    Kerry LeBlancApril 4, 2012
    Looking for a place to study in a full library? The basement of Raynor is a place that is unknown to many
  • Meredith F.
    Meredith FriedbergMarch 27, 2012
    Get here early to stake out a table and that way you have it all night (and possibly the next morning). Don't forget your brew mug! They only allow reusable mugs!
  • Julie C.
    Julie CaanMarch 27, 2012
    Don't forget to ask the Raynor-Memorial library research assistants for help when looking for sources...they are an awesome resource!
  • courtney
    courtneyMarch 26, 2012
    Been here 10+ times
    Check out a study room if you need an area for a group project. The white board are really helpful inside of them!!
  • Jordan R.
    Jordan ReffDecember 16, 2011
    Look for a table in one of the rooms surrounding the reading room, fewer distractions :)
  • Mykl N.
    Mykl NovakNovember 24, 2011
    Been here 50+ times
    Raynor Library's first-floor lobby features the cornerstone face of Marquette University's first building, placed on August 15, 1880 at 1004 W. State St.
  • Adrian R.
    Adrian RojasOctober 18, 2011
    Been here 10+ times
    Free candy in the first floor bathroom, always!
  • Morgan R.
    Morgan RusnakOctober 10, 2011
    Been here 10+ times
    Turn off your cell phone.
  • Mykl N.
    Mykl NovakSeptember 6, 2011
    Been here 50+ times
    Raynor Memorial Libraries is named for Rev. John P. Raynor, S.J. (1923-1997) who served as university president for 25 years from 1965 to 1990. Nearly 50,000 alumni graduated during his presidency.
  • Mykl N.
    Mykl NovakAugust 3, 2011
    Been here 50+ times
    "Pull an all-nighter at the Raynor (where 50 other people have the same desperate look as you)" - from the top 100 things to do before graduating from Marquette University
  • Kelsey L.
    Kelsey LavinioJune 24, 2011
    awesome here during the summer. no one is here and you can actually get a table to yourself. sucks that they close at 10pm though.
  • Grant W.
    Grant WordenJune 22, 2011
    Been here 10+ times
    Solo cubbies are usually my place to go but during the summer the lib is empty... Sit anywhere
  • Simone S.
    Simone SmithJune 20, 2011
    Memorial has the most unique sources for term papers.
  • Dave
    DaveApril 2, 2011
    Been here 100+ times
    I think Nicholas L. probably works here. Or just values his mayorship dearly enough to cheat. ;-)
  • Raynor Memorial
    Raynor MemorialMarch 21, 2011
    New group study space designated, come check it out! Read more
  • Jackie R.
    Jackie R.March 13, 2011
    I wish there was an entrance directly into Memorial, so students do not have to walk all the way around.
  • Hannah R.
    Hannah RankinMarch 12, 2011
    If you plan to meet for a group project, call the circulation desk a day in advance to reserve a room. Finding space for a group can be challenging.
  • Mac F.
    Mac FaulMarch 11, 2011
    The bathrooms in the basement are prime
  • Emily F.
    Emily FitzgeraldMarch 11, 2011
    Grab a drink and a snack at the vending machines on the bridge for some extra study power.
  • Michael W.
    Michael WesselMarch 8, 2011
    Don't work on the bridge unless its a group project, or if you just feel like socializing
  • Michael W.
    Michael WesselMarch 3, 2011
    Printwise is down in Raynor....head to other printers around campus if you need stuff printed for now, it should be fixed soon
  • Micah S.
    Micah SorianoMarch 3, 2011
    Been here 10+ times
    Watch out for the 2nd floor print wise color printer. It's always messing up. Use the printer behind the reference desk instead
  • Gem S.
    Gem Sa-NguansatMarch 2, 2011
    There are group study rooms in the basement of Raynor. Very convenient and a great place to work together as a group.
  • Samantha
    SamanthaMarch 2, 2011
    Don't forget, in addition to books, there are movies to rent here as well! Free for students
  • Michael W.
    Michael WesselMarch 1, 2011
    A few of the printwise printers on the main floor are not working. Try the 2nd floor or another printer somewhere else for now.
  • Michael W.
    Michael WesselMarch 1, 2011
    If you're looking for a nice quiet spot in the library, try the 2nd floor computer lab. It's usually empty after 7:00 and you can get a lot of work done.
  • LK824
    LK824February 24, 2011
    The bridge is a great place to study in groups and prepare for group presentations. Just get there early to stake out a table! Not to mention, the Brew Cafe is right there too for coffee
  • Megan S.
    Megan StefanekFebruary 24, 2011
    Don't forget to take use of the writing center! I have had many good experiences there and everyone is very helpful! The writing center is on the second floor!
  • Raynor Memorial
    Raynor MemorialFebruary 1, 2011
    The library is an essential service building, so we're often open during snowstorms, check our site for details! Read more
  • Raynor Memorial
    Raynor MemorialJanuary 19, 2011
    Check out the new Digital Studio for video and picture editing! Read more
  • Pete P.
    Pete ProdoehlAugust 16, 2010
    Been here 5+ times
    If you are a visitor, bring an ID (driver's license) as they need to make a copy of it while you are in the library.
  • @MarquetteU
    @MarquetteUApril 7, 2010
    The Raynor now offers increased space for 24 hour studying during the fall and spring semesters. Sunday - Thursday the 2nd floor and the Bridge are open 24 hours. Read more
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