Five Outdoor Study Spots to Fall in Love With

October is here and that means the temperature is perfect for going outside and exploring campus beyond your residence hall. Check out our five favorite spots to study this fall!

Walker-Adams Mall Picnic Tables

Walker-Adams Mall Picnic Tables

This outdoor area of the Residence Halls is popular for good reason. As the common ground between Walker and Adams centers there is always something going on in this area.

Cate Rock Garden

Cate Rock Garden

Secluded, yet in the middle of things, the rock garden is like your own private oasis. Covered in the shade of various trees, you can lay out your books on the wide concrete seating area.

Gazebo by Sarky's Fitness Center

Gazebo at Burr Park

If you like peace and quiet then the Gazebo is ideal for you. Bring a blanket for extra coziness and enjoy the quiet rustling of the willow tree branches. It’s almost like studying in a Nicolas Sparks novel.

Cate Volleyball Court Trees

Trees near the Cate volleyball court

Sit back and chill with the comfort of shady trees above you. If you have a hammock this is the perfect area to hang out and relax. If hammocking is not your style, grab a blanket and study picnic style.

David L. Boren Hall Patio

David L. Boren Hall Patio

Tucked away next to David L. Boren Hall, this shady patio is a quiet study spot. If you like to study with a traditional table and chairs, then this hidden gem is for you.

Map of Study Spots

Map of Study Spots

 

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