University Park offers resources for students needing study space during finals

Boucke, Hammond, Osmond, Thomas and Willard Buildings, along with the HUB, all open 24/7 for students to study for finals

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UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. — Five classroom buildings on Penn State’s University Park campus will be open for extended hours as students prepare for finals week.

Beginning Thursday, April 29, through Friday, May 7, Boucke, Hammond, Osmond, Thomas and Willard buildings will all be available on a 24/7 basis as a place for students to study without having to schedule a room. At the conclusion of finals on May 7, the buildings will close at their normal time of 11 p.m.

The HUB-Robeson Center also remains open 24/7 for students.

Additionally, students looking for on-campus space to study can utilize the Penn State Map, and use the Classroom Availability filter to find unoccupied classroom availabilities, daily schedules and hours of operation for all General Purpose Classrooms at University Park.

Last Updated April 29, 2021