A big adjustment that students face when transitioning from high school to college is learning how to study efficiently. The college course work definitely requires a bit more focus and time than high school homework. But the good news is, studying doesn’t have to be all work and no play. LSU has a gorgeous campus, filled with tons of places to study, while also absorbing the beauty of LSU.
Lying in the grass with a large oak tree stretched overhead shading you from the sun, with a textbook open in your lap is more appealing than sitting in a library. The quad is also in the middle of campus, so it’s in the perfect location if you have a bit of time between classes to review your notes.
“Studying in the quad is both relaxing and comfortable. It’s easy to focus and also great for study breaks.” – Kade, Communication Studies Major
The Parade Ground
A large grassy field with plenty of room to spread your books out is another pleasant place to study, while also soaking up the sun.
“I really enjoy studying on the Parade Ground under one of the oak trees. It is a perfect place to do some light studying, enjoy the outdoors, and still be in the center of the LSU community.” – Emily, Child and Family Studies Major
The Greek Theatre
Built in 1925, The Greek Theatre is a unique feature on LSU’s campus. With rows of seats, it is a relaxing and tranquil place to study.
“I like studying in the Greek Theatre because it’s always shaded, quiet, and peaceful.” – David, Biological Science Major