People tend to check in during these times:
Avoid study in first floor. Go upstairs. It's super quiet.
If you need to work on a video project, stop by student multimedia services (or their website) to see what cool gear you can check out for free. Just be sure to turn it in on time, cause big fees!
I love this library
Now free child care for OSU students for 3 hrs at a time if you stay working in the library. Third floor, room 3564. Hours (they change) posted on the door.
If you ever have issues on your computer the Walkup Computer Helpdesk is free and always willing to help! First come first serve!
Take a shit here
The 6th floor is the best place to study if your not in a group. Especially if you get easily distracted by noise like I do.
Never talk on the phone in the library, don't even try to keep it low.
Don't get coffee at Java II. It's really terrible, and the service is usually pretty bad.
Shitting ponies here
Leave the copy machine set to reduce 200%, extra dark, 17 inch paper, 99 copies. Lol
Movable bookcases!!! On floor 1
A plethora of excellent reference materials (including Nobel winner Linus Pauling's collection), study areas (check out the rotunda floors), artwork (it regularly changes), architecture, etc...
You can rent all sorts of multimedia equipment at SMS on the main floor (computers, cameras, audio recorders) with your student ID
Starving to keep awake
To get paid you gotta get the grades! The library is a great place to study.
The library is open 24 hrs on week days
Free ear plugs are available at main desk if you need!
If you're looking for a study room make sure to reserve it in advance.
Did you know that we have color photocopiers? You can also make transparencies. It’s only 75 cents per page. We also have copiers for scanning to email. You can scan to PDF, JPG or TIFF formats.
You can meet up with your study partners and work on a group project. In the back of the Learning Commons, you’ll find the Collaborative Learning Center where you can get homework help.
This is the place to come if you need help with your research.The librarians can get you started, suggest resources and answer questions. You can also call us, text us or email us with your question.
The reference desk is super helpful for almost anything you can think of. The people there regularly go out of their way to make sure you find what you need. Be nice to them-- they really do want to h