As we move into fall, the opportunities to study outside become fewer and fewer. In order to make the most of the remaining warm days, studying outside is a perfect idea.
1- Snite Art Museum Courtyard
Notre Dame’s on campus art museum is filled with wonderful works of art, but it’s best kept secret is it’s gorgeous court yard. With interesting sculptures, well kept gardens, and lots of spaces to sit and study- this is my all time favorite place to study.
2- Between Carol Sander Hall and Bronson Hall
Between the ACE building and the Nanovic building, is an adorable courtyard. With a nice patio and beautiful surrounding architecture, this is a lovely place to study, especially on a sunny day!
3- By the Jesus the Teacher Statue
Nearby DeBartolo Hall and Fitzpatrick Hall of Engineering, is this beautiful garden area. This area is beautiful and there are lots of places to sit. It is a great place to eat, study, and talk to friends.
Notre Dame student also love to study by lying on a blanket on the quad. On a warm day, you’ll find studying all over South and North quads. However, the only place to avoid studying outside is on God Quad (where the Main Building is). Rumor says if you walk on the grass there, you won’t graduate!