Extra Study Spaces Available for Students During Final Exams Week
FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. – The Chancellor’s Office heard from many students last May, pointing out the shortage of study rooms available during final exams week, and asking for more rooms to be made available.
This fall the Registrar’s Office began a search for rooms in key locations around campus that weren’t going to be used during finals week and that were also convenient for students.
Heading into finals week a total of 61 rooms have been identified that will be available in either the morning or afternoon during the period from Monday, Dec. 11 through Thursday, Dec. 14. Most rooms are available only one time during the week.
The rooms can be used for individual study, not for study groups or group reviews, and are available on a first-come basis.
A PDF of the full list and schedule of the study rooms is available.
Steve Voorhies, manager of media relations
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