It’s exam week at Clemson and never have so many students been so quiet or so caffeinated. In fact, the only thing more sought after than coffee and snacks are seats. So, here’s a roundup of study spaces, hours they’re available, and services offered.

Cooper Library is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week throughout the week of exams. It will not close until 8:00pm on Friday, May 5. In addition to the 15 study rooms and numerous tables and chairs the library already has, it rented extra tables and chairs and spread them throughout the library to make as much room as possible for students. On Friday, April 28 when classes ended, Cooper also opened up its 4 classrooms for even more seats for studying. These rooms will be open 24 hours a day unless otherwise noted.

The Academic Success Center building is open from 7:30am until 2:00am daily during exam week. They will close at 2:00am on Friday, May 5 and reopen at 7:30am that same day. ASC will close after the last scheduled final exam in the building has concluded. Here’s a nice bonus, students in the ASC building can get free water and lemonade.

Hours for the Watt Family Innovation Center are 7:30am until midnight, Monday through Thursday. Friday hours are 7:30am until 6pm.

We even found some study space off campus. The Clemson Central Library will be open until midnight for anyone with a valid Clemson ID, through Thursday, May 4. They will have free coffee and snacks or students can bring their own.

Good luck with exams!