By Cassandra M. Rodriguez
Discover great places to study on campus in between a hectic class schedule and distractions at home.
If a student likes a snack while studying and background noise is not a problem, the cafeteria in Loftin Student Center provides the necessary nourishment, tables and desks for students to comfortably lay out their nibbles and notes.
For students wanting a view while studying, try heading up to the second floor balcony of Loftin before heading home for the day.
Moody Learning Center offers seven floors of computers, study rooms, couches and tables for students to spread out their study materials.
Study rooms are available for at least two students to take advantage of the quiet and undistracting space.
Students can check out markers to use with the dry erase boards in the study rooms.
Students who prefer serious silence will appreciate the spacious and quiet study area on the fourth floor of Moody.
Students can grab a light snack at Café Moody and settle into one of the tables on the veranda surrounding the building. Students can stay close to the library while getting fresh air and begin a study session.
When warmer weather comes, an enjoyable courtyard between situated among Loftin, Gonzales and McCreless halls has tables for students to study in virtual seclusion.
Join the study atmosphere in Oppenheimer Academic Center and take advantage of study rooms.
However, students frequently occupy the tables on each level catching up on homework or studying with friends and classmates.
Getting ready for an exam? Try studying exam reviews and correlate them with notes in an empty classroom in the same building class is located.
Plenty of great study areas are available or waiting to be discovered on this campus. For more information, visit www.alamo.edu/sac/library/.
John French contributed to this story.