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Diamond’s Hidden Gems – Study Spaces

Welcome to the eleventh installment of Diamond’s Hidden Gems, a blog series in which I introduce you to the University of Central Florida’s library services that you may not have known about!

With the end of the Spring 2023 semester right around the corner, finals are much closer than we like to think they are. Preparing for these exams are half the battle, especially when we can’t find peace and quiet at our respective homes, nor can we void ourselves of the distractions of the student union and nearby cafes.

I can help with that! Below, I provide some pretty useful information about my favorite study spaces!

Finding areas that are relatively quiet, conducive to learning, and available is increasingly difficult as the day goes on. Some areas are too loud, some are too hot, and some are just simply too popular, and you can never find a space to sit and work.

The list below is some of my favorite study spaces; fit with desks, computers, and relative quiet (from simple chatter to complete silence), these areas are the perfect places to get some work done on campus.

  • The Curriculum Materials Center (CMC) (Ed Complex room 194)
  • The 5th Floor of the John C. Hitt Library
  • Trevor Colbourn Hall (TCH)
  • Classroom Building 1 Computer Lab (Room 101)

If you’d like to learn more about these study spaces, check out Diamond’s Hidden Gems – Study Spaces in STARS!

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