Learning as a Student


Study group in Beeghly Library


Buying books at the Campus Store


Professor speaking at recent Mock Convention


Speaker at podium at 1976 Mock Convention

Being in college requires a balance between having fun and finding time for our studies. Sometimes these needs overlap. For example, students will often attend study groups in the library, so that they can complete their work while being social. It can be encouraging to do homework with friends instead of trudging through a research paper or studying for an upcoming test on your own. Other events, like Mock Convention, give students a chance to actively learn how elections work. As a result of these opportunities, students can find an equilibrium between enjoyment and learning in the same space.

Student Life
Learning as a Student