Quiet Study Spaces for Midterms Week

Hello Bobcats! With the middle of the quarter nearing, we all know what that means…midterms. We all know the feeling when you have an exam in all your classes and a research paper due all within three days, so why not utilize Alden Library to help you get through final exams?

Alden Library has two renovated “very” quiet study areas, on the second floor and the fourth floor. These areas are designated for silent study and have soft chairs, seating and private desks. The study room on the second floor was opened last spring, and it is in the space where the Media Library used to be, or directly past the Student Writing Center tables. The fourth floor study room was added last fall and can be accessed from the 4th floor entrance on the West side of the building.

The new Alden Library very quiet spaces are a service to students who prefer a quiet and peaceful space for their work and studying. So, check one out today and ace those exams! Good luck!

Photo Credit 1: Flickr User scui3asteveo, Creative Commons License.

Photo Credit 2: Patrick Traylor, Ohio University Libraries