Welcome to UNT 101, a weekly series to prepare you to hit the ground running for your new life at UNT. We’ve interviewed Eagle Ambassadors (read: UNT aficionados) about everything from the best places to study to the best spots in DFW. Let their answers be your guide to joining the Mean Green family.
This week our Ambassadors are sharing their favorite spots on campus to get a little peace and quiet while they hit the books:
The Union Starbucks
The Union Starbucks is one of the only full-sized Starbucks locations in the country. So, there’s no wonder why it’s such a popular spot for students to study. Not only can you relax in an abundance of comfy seating, but you’ll also enjoy a quiet atmosphere. The best part of all, you’re never too far from a refreshing cup of coffee.
Eagle Commons Library
Study rooms, a plethora of government, law, and business documents and pin-drop silence. The Eagle Commons Library is a great place to get away from the noise and be close to any resources you may need while you study.
Willis Library (Basement)
If you need a place to study by yourself and get away from the noise, Willis Library’s lower level is the perfect spot for you. There are even individual cubicles with comfortable seating to keep you relaxed as you study.
Willis Library (2nd floor)
Although vibrant with noise, the second floor of the Willis Library is a perfect spot to meet for any study group. It offers eight different study rooms which are all reservable and also provides a print station.
Willis Library (3rd floor)
Stop by the third floor to enjoy comfortable seating, individual study desks, and computer workstations. The third floor of Willis Library also offers a wide selection of books on a variety of different academic subjects.
The Union (4th floor)
If you are looking for a place to study, look no further than the fourth floor of the union. Maintaining low foot traffic, spacious seating, and a quiet atmosphere, it has the perfect conditions for you to study in.
Not only does Chilton Hall stay open later in the evening (it closes at 11pm on M-F), but it also provides anyone looking for a place to study with a quiet atmosphere that maximizes focus. A bonus to studying at Chilton is that after you’re done, you can play all the tabletop and video games you would like, because the media library is located right there in Chilton Hall