While attending university, we sometimes need a place to study or to discuss a group project. There are many study places on campus. The Observer will introduce two different kinds of study space.
1. General Lecture Hall lobby
The General Lecture Hall lobby was transformed into study space last semester. There are tables, chairs, and sofas. It is not just a place to study, but also for to socialize or read. In this space, you can spend your time more profitably.
2. YB room
This is a suitable place for people who need a room to do a group project because there is some equipment such as an LCD TV, a computer, a table, and chairs. YB rooms are located in almost all college buildings including the College of Liberal Arts, College of Business & Economics, College of Natural Sciences and School of Architecture, etc. To use the YB room, it is essential to make a reservation on the YU portal system. YB rooms are available from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on weekdays for up to 2 hours a day.