Study Locations

Time to Hit the Books

Where can I study or take my exam? With so many resources and locations at UF it can be challenging to navigate. UF is committed to providing on-campus spaces for students to get ahead in their studies, accessible computer labs and dedicated places to take an online exam. UF wants to make sure students can find the right spot to stay on track and accomplish their academic goals.



Study Spots

 

Newell Hall

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Reitz Union

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Library West

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Marston Library

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Smathers Library

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Education Library

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Architecture &
Fine Arts Library

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HEALTH SCIENCE
CENTER Libraries

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Special Collections
LACC Reading Room

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Beaty Commons

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Broward Library

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Graham Gallery

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Jennings Classroom

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Keys Classroom

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Yulee Conference Room

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Computer Labs

 

UF’s Department of Academic Technology provides six computer lab areas across campus for the use of all University of Florida students, faculty, and staff. In order to use the facilities, visitors must have a valid GatorLink account. Click the links below to learn more about the different spaces, capacities and hours of operation.

The computer lab located in Architecture 116, 118, & 120 is Academic Technology’s 24/7 computing space. Offering two classrooms and unique computing and printing hardware, the Architecture lab is a valuable resource for students both in and out of the College of Design, Construction and Planning.

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The CSE Learning Space offers a new approach to both collaborative and traditional teaching. The space offers one open access lab: CSE E235 (open area).

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Library West primarily serves the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences and Warrington College of Business Administration but is open to all majors for studying purposes. It is the largest of the seven Smathers Libraries at UF. The library contains computers, scanners, and printing throughout the space.

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The Marston Science Library is located in the center of the university’s campus and is adjacent to such campus landmarks as Turlington Hall, the University Auditorium and Century Tower. It is administered by the university’s George A. Smathers Libraries system. The collaboration commons includes thousands of power outlets, dozens of study rooms, and nearly a hundred workstations for student, faculty and staff usage. The floor is staffed by technology consultants, who are happy to assist users.

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The Weil Computer Lab offers the most classrooms of any of our spaces. With two different layouts, presentation equipment, and dozens of workstations, the Weil classrooms are well suited to the needs of the engineering college, and other instructors from around campus.

In addition to the classrooms, the Weil computer lab has an open area that offers black & white and color printing.

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Success at your Fingertips

The University of Florida is committed to your career goals and provide academic systems, resources, and services to help students succeed in class and beyond. Click one of the links below to learn more.



Proctored Virtual Exams

Students are expected to follow Test-in-Place procedures for online proctored exams at their own place of residence. For exceptional cases in which students are unable to do so, testing space is available at various campus locations available. All of the spaces require some sort of reservation so take a look at your schedule and register early to ensure space is available for your tests date and time.


Carleton Auditorium

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Jennings Hall Classroom

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Keys Commons Classroom

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Library West Testing Booths

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Reitz Union

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Explore Campus &
Your Community

We all want that one spot. The one that becomes our go to. The one that has the best wi-fi, best views, or best food right nearby. There are plenty of places and spaces on campus and around Gainesville to hangout, study, or get moving. Take a look to find your spot.




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