Places to Study

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Basement: The basement of the HSL is a relatively quiet study space. It has 16 computers which require an Onyen to logon. It features high backed chairs, individual study carrels, comfortable chairs with a swivel platform for your laptop and books. The basement also has a couple of larger tables for more study space.

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1st Floor: The 1st floor, or entrance level, of the HSL features 35 computers which require an Onyen to logon, 5 computers on the curved table in front of the elevator that require either a PID or a guest login (see main desk), 2 computers with scanners, and 1 computer that has numerous ADA software packages installed on it. The 1st floor has high backed chairs, comfortable chairs with a swivel platform for your laptop and books, large tables for up to four people, and a couple of couches to catch a nap on.The six group study rooms on the 1st floor are reservable online and feature large wall mounted monitors and white boards.

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2nd Floor: The 2nd floor of the HSL features comfortable chairs with a swivel platform for your laptop and books and large tables for up to two people. It also has five group study rooms with large monitors mounted, one of which is reservable online, the the other four being first come, first served. The main study area overlooks the entrance to MacNider Hall in addition to having a standing desk.

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3rd Floor: The 3rd floor of the HSL features comfortable chairs with a swivel platform for your laptop and books, individual study carrels along the walls, large tables for up to four people, four computers on the curved table in front of the elevator which require an Onyen to logon. In addition to a standing desk, there are a number of individual carrels and individual chairs overlooking the School of Public Health and Columbia Street with great natural light. It also has five group study rooms with large monitors mounted along the back wall on the MacNider side which are first come, first served.

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4th Floor: The 4th floor of the HSL is a self-enforced quiet floor. It features comfortable chairs with a swivel platform for your laptop and books, individual study carrels along the walls, large tables for up to four people, four computers on the curved table in front of the elevator which require an Onyen to logon. In addition to a standing desk, there are four high backed chairs overlooking the School of Public Health and Columbia Street, which is an excellent quiet study space with great natural light.It also has five group study rooms with large monitors mounted along the back wall on the MacNider side which are first come, first served.

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