I have an incredibly hard time studying at home. Thankfully there are a lot of places to get stuff done on campus. The libraries are an obvious choice. Hayden Library is open 24 hours on weekdays, but I prefer the Noble Science library for being quieter and a little less uptight. Noble however closes at midnight. There are Learning Resource Centers for Math, Engineering, Chemistry and Biology which also have computers and printers for students to use. Those are usually far nicer to study in since they are small and you get to know the "regulars," and its usually easier to step out to use the restroom or buy lunch when you know everyone, and you don't have to pack up all your stuff. Wouldn't recommend leaving your laptop plugged in the wall as you leave to use the restroom at the library! It'll be gone in a minute. The tutoring centers also have, wouldn't you know it, tutors! Very helpful. There are a few cafes on and off campus which are ok for studying and also have plenty of outlets for computers too.
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