Where can we go to study on campus? (Added September 29)

De-densification was necessary for safety reasons in Purdue’s libraries and other group gathering spaces. This fall, additional spaces for studying are available for students that include outdoor, open-air tented space and converted existing space. To be safe and considerate of others, outdoor tent users are asked to clean their area with disinfectant wipes before and after use, and to use hand sanitizer as needed. 

The open-air study spaces can be found on this map or marked with the tent symbol on this campus map. Most tents are open daily from 6:30 a.m. to 11 p.m., and the tents vary in size and capacity. In total, they add more than 1,500 spaces for students and others.

Additional study locations and hours are available here.

For more information about how to contact Libraries, utilize resources or print, click here.