With finals quickly approaching, it’s time to get your study on. Easily distracted by your social media apps outside of class and not sure where to start? We have compiled a list of top study spots in Reynolds Hall and around campus.
While Reynolds Hall offers great study spots with amazing views and natural lighting, there is no wrong place to study. Some spaces may provide a quiet and comfortable experience, whereas others may offer soft ambient sound and room for a group of friends to study together. No matter what your study style is, we're here to help you decide what works for you.
Hoylman Social Stairwell
Walking into the Reynolds Hall atrium, you can't miss the Hoylman Social Stairwell. This stairwell was inspired by Googleplex’s social stairs, and it provides a fun and relaxing place for you to study or collaborate on projects while having easy access to Einstein Bros. Bagels for some great food to keep you going. Plus, there is a place to charge your laptop or phone, while getting a lot of natural sunlight from the windows.
Sheedy Experiential Learning Pavilion
Reynolds Hall Study Rooms
Located on floors four and five, these study rooms are a great option for studying alone, holding team meetings and collaborating with others. Rooms feature everything you need from a TV to practice your presentation to a fantastic waterfront view.
Becker Academic Engagement Success Center
It's never too late to ask for help with your coursework. The Academic Engagement and Success Center provides a great opportunity for you to receive peer-assisted tutoring and review. The AeSC, located on the second floor, includes private study rooms and a collaborative workspace equipped with computers and staff to help all business students.
With libraries on the Downtown and Evansdale campus, there are two perfect places for you to study in a deep quiet space or even reserve a group study room. Whether you live downtown or in off-campus housing, both of these libraries are a great option for late-night study sessions.
Elizabeth Moore Hall
While you probably already know about the Mountainlair, it’s still a great spot to study in-between or after class. If you are someone who doesn’t mind a little background noise then this is the perfect place to pop your earbuds in, get some good food and study away. Weather permitting, the Mountainlair green, just upstairs and outside, is a great outdoor space to study as well.
SH and CT 11/21/22
CONTACT: Shelby Hudnall
WVU John Chambers College of Business and Economics, Strategic Communications