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That Quiet Space

Looking for an On-Campus Place to Study?

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Looking for an on-campus quiet place to study? You might already have a favorite spot on campus where you like to concentrate and dive into your work. But just in case, here are a few examples of campus locations where you can spend some quiet time:

  • Cafe Diem, next to Sprague Library
  • Feliciano School of Business, open areas on main floor
  • Feliciano School of Business, Room 255 (Graduate Student lounge)
  • Center for Computing & Information Sciences (CCIS), Room 200 (Skyway lounge)
  • Center for Computing & Information Sciences (CCIS), open area on the third floor
  • Center for Environmental Life Sciences (CELS), open areas on the second floor
  • Public computer labs:
    • University Hall, Rooms 5007-5008
    • Student Center, Room 004 (basement)
    • Sprague Library, 1st Floor
  • Richardson Hall, open area on the second floor
  • School of Communication and Media, open areas on main and second floors
  • School of Nursing/Graduate School, first floor lounge
  • Sprague Library, main floor (Silent study and research lounge)
  • University Hall Courtyard
  • University Hall, Room 1105 (PSE&G Study lounge)
  • University Hall, Room 1106 (Ferraro lounge)
  • University Hall, Room 2104 (Student lounge)

Remember: all academic and administrative buildings are open.

WiFi for Online Classes

If you have an online class and your need WiFI, remember you can connect to the University’s WiFi for free.

Please remember: if you are connecting to an online class while on campus, that you bring headphones and be considerate of your fellow students nearby.

Need a Loaner Laptop or WiFi JetPack?

There are a limited supply of loaner laptops and Verizon WiFi JetPacks. Learn More.

Safety First!

All students must complete the COVID-19 Training.

Before you come to campus (each time you come to campus) you must:

  • Complete the Hawk Check self-assessment. If you receive a Welcome to Campus result, you may come to campus. If you do not, do not come to campus, until you are cleared.
  • Wear a mask while you are on campus.
  • Follow all social distancing instructions/signage.