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There are 11 comments on Best Places to Study for Finals at Boston University

  1. It matters, because in Mugar for instance, it is so freaking cold, that it’s really impossible to focus on studying!

  2. As I’ve commented before, we have several great study lounges at CGS that many students from across campus use: the lobby lounge, Katzenberg Center, Gilbane Lounge, and the 4th Floor lounge, recently renovated and with really cozy nook chairs. Check it out!

  3. Thank you for suggesting Alumni Medical Library – we welcome all BU students. Small correction: we are the BU Medical Campus Alumni Medical Library (not BU Medical Center).

  4. Starting in 2023, the African American & Black Diaspora Studies Program building will have study hours from 10 AM – 10 PM each day. Free bagels & free pizza will be provided thanks to a generous gift from the Dean’s office. We’re located at 138 Mountfort St in South Campus (on the Charles River Campus).

  5. Thank you for reposting. Can BU Today do a similar article for the summer, including evening times and ones that have AC? The AC spaces in Warren are limited and there will only be one dining hall open.

  6. Many of the listed study spaces in this article were not present during my years at BU. During finals, I studied at Mugar Library.

  7. Not to be picayune, but in the Mugar suggestion, Friday the last day of finals is not the 21st; it is the 22nd. This may be due to a recycling of the article based on the dates of previous comments.

    Again, I’m sure folks will figure it out. I’m a retired English teacher for what it’s worth, a career in Special Education at that. I tend to still observe behavior, perhaps a little too much at times.

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