4 Uncrowded Places to Study On Campus

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Are you in need of some serious peace and quiet from your residence hall?  Not to worry, because I am here to give you the inside scoop on all the least crowded study hangouts at UCLA!

1. Rosenfeld Library
Usually just called the Anderson Library, this study area is unknown to most students since it is a part of UCLA’s business school.  Take advantage of this and keep it on the DL so you can have it all to yourself!

2. UCLA Louise M Darling Biomedical Library
Comfy chairs, food allowed, large cubicle desks, what more could you want?  More suited towards South Campus students, but great for North Campus students who don’t need to go digging through the stacks.

3. Untitled Cafe
Connected to Broad you will find the Untitled Cafe, which often has plenty of seating and lots of natural light for those who still like to see the outdoors while being indoors.

4. Hugh and Hazel Darling Law Library
Another uncrowded library mostly populated by grad students!  The only down side is that it’s all the way across campus from the Hill.  But if you’re a North Campus resident, it’s not too much of a hike.

Happy studying!

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