Originally Posted: Apr 27, 2019
Last Updated: Jan 3, 2020
Finding a place on campus you feel comfortable studying is extremely important to your success as a college student. But where’s the best place on campus to study? Andy checked out a few places on the University of Kentucky campus to help you figure out where you might study best. Check out the video below!
Campus coffee shop
What pairs better with cramming for a test than a caramel mocha, areweright? But is it the best place to study? It’s a good place to go if you require caffeine and pastries to help you focus, but you may have a bit of trouble finding a spot during busy periods. And the espresso machine alone might knock you off your game if you’re distracted by loud noises.
You might think the library is the obvious choice for where to study. But is it? Friends, noisy patrons, and lack of space in quiet areas might make studying more difficult in the library. Explore different areas to see what works for your before committing to one spot. …And maybe leave your friends behind if you need to focus.
Your dorm room
Your dorm room might be a good place to study if you can remove all the inherent distractions. If you’re good about making sure you stick to the task at hand, your dorm room might be the perfect place to study. It’s private, quiet (or as quiet as you want it to be), and comfy. But if you can’t make your dorm room the perfect study space, you may want to consider a new location.