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Best Places To Study At CSUDH

Last updated August 4, 2020

Where you study is just as important as what you're studying. The most productive study places will have everything you need to study (reliable internet connection, quiet, note-taking supplies) with few, if any, distractions. Here are some places to study on campus:

The CSUDH Library has many areas for you to study: the Dominguez Den, the Courtyard, Group Study Rooms, and the 2 nd, 3rd, 4th floor South areas. If you don't know where these areas are, check out the website with maps and hours.

Studying in a group can be a great way to figure out your knowledge gaps and to quiz each other. The CSUDH Library has rooms you can reserve for 2-hour time blocks. For more information about reserving the rooms and their locations, go here.

Check out  Toro Link for study events held by different clubs and orgs!

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