The Many Places to Study at CNU

Christopher Newport is a great campus to study on. This is due to its commitment to academic success. Besides providing a myriad of different resources around campus to help us learn and study, the university also offers many different places to study.

Firstly, of course, there are study rooms in every residence hall. These are awesome if you want to find a quiet place to study without having to leave the comfort of your building. However, these can get crowded really quickly. Luckily, there are plenty of other options.

A big study hot spot is the Trible Library. Most every night, you can find students working on projects and studying here. There is a big lobby with plenty of computers and table space, but there are also several “conference table” style rooms as well. If you can snag one of these rooms, they’re perfect for a group project or study group. It’s also important to remember there is a second floor (often times, it seems as though this is overlooked). There’s plenty of computers and workspaces up there too. And if you’re feeling peckish, feel free to stop by Einstein’s Cafe for a late night pick-me-up.

Though, even the library can become crowded or noisy on busy days. Don’t worry, there are even more locations to choose from. From the many conference rooms in every academic building, the two front rooms of the Freeman Center or the Luter atrium, the list goes on and on for places to study. With so many activities and opportunities at CNU, it’s easy to procrastinate studying. It’s important to get involved on campus, but remember to schedule time for studying, too!

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