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Study Resources

Study Spaces

Where you study matters. There are several places around campus where you can study, including the Why in Holtzendorff Lobby, the Fluor Study Hall in Freeman, the Academic Success Center, and the Cooper Library. Some areas offer quiet spaces, while others are set up for studying in groups or collaborating on projects. Check the online reservation system to find out which rooms require appointments and which spaces suit your needs.

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Group Resources

The University has connected with applications that allow for a collaborative experience with other students.

Study Buddies

Freeman Study Hall is by individual appointment only, but you can still connect with classmates to form a virtual study group, using the Study Buddies feature in CU Navigate. This mobile application allows students to see a list of actively enrolled courses that they can select to join for a study group.

Study Buddies is available on mobile and desktop apps. It will appear as its own icon in the Explore navigation guide of the mobile app and between Appointments and Resources on the desktop version.

Collaborative Whiteboard

For a virtual collaboration tool while working on group projects, please visit GoBoard. This interactive canvas allows up to five people to share while video conferencing.

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