Students looking for a homework haven have multiple options available to them this semester. Polk Library and the Women’s Center both are offering late-night study opportunities for finals-focused students.
Many students already plan to take advantage of the hours and work through the night.
“I’ll be coming to the library for all-nighters at least four out of the last five days of class,” said junior nursing major Katlyn Goggins, of Cedarburg. “It’ll help with my Spanish assignments.”
Starting Dec. 5, the first floor of Polk Library will be open 24 hours a day until 6 p.m. Friday, Dec. 12. In addition, the Women’s Center will offer a fall finals study lounge 6 p.m. to midnight Dec. 7 to Dec. 11. The study lounge will offer a computer lab, printer and light refreshments.
Junior business major Matt Stephan, of Waterford, will take advantage of the all-night hours to prepare for Marketing and Finance exams.
“We’re working on this big project for our Quantitative Business Analysis class,” Stephan said. “I know I’m probably going to spend about three or four nights in the library this week.”