In the warmer months I love to study outside. There is a huge grassy area that anyone can sit on and study on if they'd like at UNO. Every building has a commons area outside of it, but personally I like the area just outside of Roskins hall. It is set up like an arena with cement steps rising up. There are flowers everywhere and its very peaceful. Hardly anyone goes there to study. In the colder months the more obvious study locations would be the library or the student center. There are plenty of places where you can get work done. I like to study at home, but a lot of people can get easily distracted if they are around their tv or refridgerator (you ever open the fridge to look what you have to eat even if you're not hungry?). If you don't want to go on campus or stay at home there are scooters and starbucks coffee houses all over the place where you can study. There are locally owned coffee houses as well, or there is always the public library.
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