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Suggested Study Spaces:

  • The Sawyer Library: Whether you like group study, high-traffic areas, or a nook in the back corner, the library can give you the space you prefer. They also have printing, reference librarians, and the CLAS for in-person help.
  • A Coffeeshop: If you like having people around you without getting bothered, a coffeeshop is a great place to work. A cup of coffee when you get tired doesn't hurt, either!
  • The Train: If you commute a lot or have a long ride, the train can be a very productive place. This is especially true when you are riding the train on a schedule because your body begins to adjust to "study time" and you become more productive.
  • Your Residence Hall/Home: If you can find a way to be productive with friends/roommates around, your home can be a productive zone. It is highly recommended that you do not try to study on your bed because you can easily get tired or when you try to go to sleep you can't fall asleep.
  • The Boston Public Library: Do you study well in a quiet place but the Sawyer Library is full? Go to Copley and grab a desk at the Boston Public Library. With many nooks and crannies and the iconic Bates Hall, the BPL is far enough but not too far to find solace.