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Where to Study on Campus

Updated 3 months ago

Where to Study on Campus

If you are looking for a place to study on campus this fall, Purdue University and the Libraries have many socially distant options. Now that the weather has turned cooler, the outdoor study tents are closed, and it's time to find a safe and cozy place to study indoors! Luckily, you have many great options: 


Library Locations with Study Space Available

Wilmeth Active Learning Center (WALC)
Hicks Undergraduate Library (HIKS)
Humanities, Social Studies and Education (HSSE) Library (STEW)
Mathematical Sciences Library (MATH) 
Veterinary Medical Library (LYNN)
Roland G. Parrish Library of Management & Economics (KRAN) 
Aviation and Transportation Technology Library (Purdue University Airport Terminal)

Please check our Hours page and review our ABLE safety protocol before visiting these locations. All small study rooms and carrels are first come, first served during the Fall 2020 semester. Doors to these study rooms must remain propped open at all times and maximum occupancy signs observed. 


Other Indoor Study Space

Additional indoor and outdoor study spaces can be found on this map

Armory Building
Daily: 9:00AM - 7:00PM

Krach Leadership Center 
Monday - Friday: 7:00AM - 12:00AM
Saturday/Sunday: 9:00AM - 12:00AM

Stewart Center
Daily: 6:00AM - 12:00AM
  • STEW 204
  • STEW 214 A-D*
  • STEW 218 A-D
  • STEW 307
  • STEW 311
  • STEW 313

*STEW 214 A-D are for students who need a space to connect live with a course and will be interacting with their instructors and fellow students. Other students may use theses rooms if space permits, but it may not be quiet, and first priority will be given to those connecting to courses. 

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