We polled our students, and these are the top study spots for physics majors:
1. SPS Room
The perfect spot for when you need both a quiet place to study AND other classmates around to help and answer questions. And you can't beat the convenience of the location!
2. Noble Library
Right across the walk from most of your classes, private study rooms, and there's a Starbucks. What more could you want? Group study sessions can also be scheduled in the upstairs rooms.
3. Armstrong Hall
The newly renovated building is full of quiet study nooks, and no too much foot traffic. Explore the first floor and basement for the perfect table. Einstein's is handy for nutrients and caffeine alike.
Don't let summer fool you - it won't really last forever. Whether it's an outdoor table at The Crepe Club or a picnic blanket on the grass in front of Old Main, campus is full of sunny options for when you don't want to feel cooped up.
You hardly need us to tell you this, but sometimes there's just no replacement for your own space!
Need a little extra help? Don't wait until you feel like you're drowning. Seeking out help early and often can help you manage your time, get ahead, test more confidently, and get the most out of your classes!
Physics Student Success Center - PSF 186
Math Tutoring Center - Wexler Hall
Writing Center - Noble Library
Take a break
...on occasion. Studying and hard work is important, but every life needs a little balance. So get up, get out, and try something new! Here are just a few suggestions...