College is stressful, which is why you should take advantage of the study spots we have here on campus.
Agnes Arnold Hall/Philip Guthrie Hoffman Hall
Here you’ll find comfy benches to sit down and read a book while enjoying the environment. Upstairs, there is a foreign language study room. Also, there are a few tables outside the Einstein Bros. Bagels, meaning something sweet can accompany you while mulling over those notes.
M.D. Anderson Library
Everybody should know this place by now; it’s a haven of computers and study spots that you can take advantage of to do your research.
The library is open more than 100 hours a week, while reference service and other resources are available more than 70 hours a week. This provides users with assistance in locating information and resources. Subject librarians will offer specialized reference and research assistance, lecture regularly to classes and develop the library collections in their subject areas. There is even an area right outside with tables.
The library also includes a 24-hour Study Lounge for those hard exams to study for. FYI, you can check out Nikon or Canon cameras or video cameras. Remember to return them after three days, though.
So many places to sit amid so many places to eat.
There is a small lounge by the bookstore where you can relax and study. There is also a big red room on the left side of the University Center where you can unwind while reading a book.
Plus, you can always go upstairs to the third floor and find comfy seats that will make a perfect reading spot.
Student Center North
Downstairs, there is a small lounge with seats and tables. Upstairs, there is a small area to sit and study the day away.
It’s a cloud-nine kind of study area: just travel all the way to the top floor.
Jack J. Valenti School of Communication
There is an area on the right of the Communication School where there are tables with bright red umbrellas. If that’s not your cup of tea, we’ve got to ask if you’ve been to the Satellite? Head past the Comm School to the left and pick a table, buy a snack and then do some studying.
At the Comm Lab you’ll find an enormous selection of computers. You can also relax on the soft comfy couches and seats to sit on and study.
Cullen Family Plaza Fountain
Yes, it’s still under construction, but it remains a great area to study among the breeze and the birds. The sounds of the outside world will be with you as you study.
The study areas here are designed with comfort and convenience in mind. There is also a place provided to unwind or to do your college work. The Hilton also offers experiential-learning opportunities to help the students with their specific areas of interest.
The Nook Café
Just imagine sitting down and reading notes over the scent of a rich, sweet mocha. This can become a reality when you visit this lovely joint located right across from Calhoun Lofts.
The next time you’re UH, remember that there are plenty of comfortable and interesting study areas to choose from.