Hot spots to get your study on
Laurier’s exam period is in full swing and students are nestling into their favorite study nooks to hit the books. With an abundance of study spaces to choose from, we have highlighted the best locations so you can find a suitable place to study.
Located on the second floor of the Fred Nichols Campus Centre, the 24-hour lounge is equipped with computers, quiet study space, and group study rooms. If vending machines aren’t enough to tie you over, the lounge is conveniently located right above Wilf’s and the Terrace Food Court.
Take advantage of Laurier’s state-of-the-art facility, Lazaridis Hall. Whether you are looking for individual or group study space, Lazaridis Hall is equipped to accommodate your study style. Perk: Lazaridis Hall has an on-site café to fuel your study session; take a break and have a Byte.
Please note: Access to Lazaridis Hall after 4 p.m. on Wednesday, April 19 will be limited to those with key fob access only. Lazaridis Atrium will be closed April 19 for an event. Alternate study space is available April 19 in the Turret from 8 a.m. to 11 p.m. and Senate & Board Chamber from 8 a.m. to 11 p.m.
With a computer lab, group study rooms, a lounge area, and an on-site café, the Laurier library offers amenities to suit all your studying needs.
Accurately nicknamed silent seven, the seventh floor of the library is for those of you who prefer to study in silence. Crack open your textbook in a private study carol and keep it down – there are hawks studying.
The Graduate Commons, located on the third floor of the library, is where graduate students head for quiet study space and group discussion.
The Science Atrium is a bustling hub of students cramming for exams and offers a great spot for group discussion. Perk: Timmies is only steps away.
The solarium is a top choice for students seeking a quiet study space; with comfy furniture and a great view, what more could you ask for?
Your Laurier OneCard provides you with 24-hour access to the Student Centre lounge spaces and multi-purpose room. This study space is perfect for night hawks studying into the early morning hours.
The Grand River Hall basement is home to our new Digital Library and offers access to a number of computers, quiet study space, and group meeting rooms.
Brantford Public Library
The Brantford Public Library houses all Laurier Brantford holdings and the recently renovated third floor provides access to a number of electronic journals and quiet study spaces.
The Carnegie Building is where you will find the commuter lounge, a study space designated to students who are encouraged to take their eyes of the road and focus on their lecture notes. Perk: You might meet students commuting from the same destination; arrange a carpool and save on travel expenses.
Book a Room
Want to lockdown a specific location? Submit a campus-specific room booking form to reserve study space, including classrooms designed for multimedia presentations, and study your way to an A.