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Find Your Zone During Exam Week


1) Check the Final Exam Schedule to make sure you end up in the right place at the right time. 

2) Find your optimum campus study spaces. Below are options for studying in the Library.

Quiet Study Zones: Three areas are available for individuals to study quietly.

  • Quiet Floor
  • Quiet Study Annex (Library Classroom
  • Digital Lab

Collaborative Zones: Spaces are also available for groups who need to study together and finish projects.

  • Group Study Rooms
  • Main Floor computer lab and seating areas
  • Upper Floor seating areas

Create Your Zone: 

  • Stop by the Service Desk to check out headphones, or grab a pair of free earplugs.
  • Whiteboards can also serve as space dividers.

Beacon Digitization Project

The Oregon Heritage Commission has awarded a grant to the Clark Library to digitize one of the University’s most important and unique heritage resources: The Beacon. This student-run newspaper was published in print for over eight decades, from 1935 to 2016. The newspaper is a gold mine of information about the University’s history and culture, as well as a treasure trove of photos, biographical data, and articles covering major national and international events. This fifteen-month digitization project begins in early December 2019 and will preserve the print editions of The Beacon in digital form for generations to come.

This project has been funded in part by the Oregon Heritage Commission, Oregon Parks and Recreation Department. For more information, contact Philip Vue, digital services, Follow us on Facebook and Instagram for project updates.