“The common room in the Kennedy Center, or at the top of the Wilkinson Center — the third floor near the computer store. No one is usually in the Kennedy Center, there is free newspaper and the news is always on.” — Jacob Valentine, Asian studies, Pocatello, Idaho
“Right outside my classroom usually. I just like to wait in the hallway until my next class and study.” — Colby Kelley, psychology, Searcy, Ark.
“I usually go under the Wilk, in the basement — there’s a computer lab. There’s usually not many people there.” — Will Sutherlind, exercise science, Redding, Calif.
“In the garden behind the Joseph Fielding Smith Building. It’s really pretty, and no one’s ever there.” — Elysa Stone, nutritional science, Seattle, Wash.
“My favorite place to study is the nursing lounge on the fourth floor of the SWKT. It’s quiet, there’s couches and other people who are studying that I can talk to.” — Ali Hatch, nursing, Boise, Idaho
“The basement of the JFSB; good seats. It’s a good study environment. Good amount of lights. You don’t have too many people trying to bother you. It’s just very comfortable.” — Braden Harter, psychology, Temecula, Calif.
“The first floor of the library because it’s quiet and there’s good air conditioning, especially in the summer when it’s so hot! Your cell phone also can’t interrupt you because there’s no cell service.” — Yu Zhang, food science, China
“The library, because it’s quiet and there are lots of desks.” — Justin Traasdahl, marketing and business management, Gilbert, Ariz.
“I like studying near the Joseph Smith Building. It’s quiet, and there are couches right outside of the big auditorium.” — Erica Birk, sophomore, recreational therapy, Coalville
“The roof of the JFSB because it’s outside, it’s really quiet and it’s close to all of my classes, so that helps too. You get a lot of sunshine, it’s nice in the winter and the summer. It’s just the best place.” — Natalia Noltemeyer, English and Portugese double major, Provo
When it comes to preparing for exams and presentations, finding a quiet, comfortable place to study is important. Many students find there are various hideouts and study spots all over campus that provide a great studying environment.