Where is a good place to study?📓 Melissa Reid

https://www.ppd.ufl.edu/HistoricCampusWebsite/hcsmatherseast.htm----- Here at the University of Florida there are many places to study outdoors and indoors. The libraries tend to get filled up quick but luckily there are so many on campus. Pictured above is Library East, it is located next to the Plaza of the Americas. It is a wonderful library to study at because it doesn't get as crowded as the other libraries do.
This is Library West, located behind the Plaza of the Americas. It is fairly new and one of the most popular libraries on campus. The 1st, 2nd, and 3rd floors have seating areas, tables, computers, and books, like your typical library. But there is also the 4th and 6th(graduate) floors which are the quiet areas where you can study by yourself peacefully. Another great thing about Library West is the ability to reserve one of the 18 study group rooms for things some of which include televisions. If you ever get hungry, need a little snack, or a coffee to get you going again, there is a Starbucks on the first floor and a row of vending machines on the side of the building.
http://www.collegemagazine.com/10-best-uf-study-spots/-------This is Marston Science Library, if you're ever looking for a place that you can study peacefully but still have other people present this is a perfect place. It is very much like Library West in popularity and convenience, with a Starbucks on the 1st floor and it is right next to Turlington so you are right by the hallway of vending machines. Plus, it is across the street from the Hub if you need a lunch break or computer assistance. The 1st, 2nd, and 3rd floors are general library study areas. While the 4th and 5th are quiet individual study floors if you need a little more peace. Also as long as you have a group of at least 2 or more people you can reserve a study room with D!BS.
http://www.collegemagazine.com/10-best-uf-study-spots/-----The last Library I would like to take you to is the Health Science Center Library. Located in Shands, this library is serves as a great asset for medical, veterinary, dental, etc. students. It has study areas and all almost any book you would need as a pre-professional/professional student. Additionally, you can see, connect, and relate to your colleagues which will also help you to work harder and build relationships.
There are even more libraries on campus, all of which you can receive the great benefits the University of Florida has to offer. Like quiet places, people to connect to, computers/tablets, printers, and an endless supply of books. If you are interested in other libraries on and even off campus you can follow this link below http://www.uflib.ufl.edu/homeswitch.html.
Welcome to the University of Florida, take advantage of every aspect it has to offer!

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