Memorial Library | Campus Tour 2019
Virtual Tours by Students
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Hey, guys, what's up? We just got finished studying for an E contest. So we are actually headed out of the library right now. I just wanted to give you guys a tour while it's kind of like dead on Saturdays and stuff. Just like Evans Hall has, um, and Academic Success center. So if you need any kind of tutoring help, they've got that down there for any classes, pretty much. The second floor is kind of style, like they have s o pretty much it's private versus, like public or not a good word. How about group versus private? So the front of the library this way is mostly group things with, like big tables on group study rooms and stuff like that. State rooms up on the first floor above us and some classrooms. The closer you go towards the back of the library, the more it is that it's a private study. Groups, arm cartels and stuff on that you can rent out for free and then stuff like that that you can study one on one. There's also this really cool room behind me called the sandbox. With that, like five or six flat screen TV's in there that people can link up to their laptops. Sometimes we'll have class in there, but pretty much that's the library. Probably every night of the week begin just because you know, it's got a lot of room for us to all meet up together. As you can see, plenty of resource is we have a library staff that's always on hand to help us find stuff if we need it for essays on whether it's online or offline. As faras hours, the library opens at seven a. M. In closes at two a. M. Almost days. Um, it's Sundays, I think it opens up one and closes at two AM Mom, but Saturdays is the really off day. It doesn't open toe one PM and it closes at eight PM So we've got to get out of here because it's the most closed.