Division of Undergraduate Studies
Student Learning Lounge
Housed in Administration 201, the Student Learning Lounge is one of the few indoor study spaces open to all students on campus outside of the Library, that promotes deeper student engagement and academic activities to ensure student success.
The DUS Student Learning Lounge provides a learning commons for students to study, access academic resources, and to meet face-to-face with valuable student support professionals during the academic week. It is also a shared space between the students, faculty, and staff.In addition to serving as a comfortable study space, the lounge also offers free use of several computers with internet connection, a printer, kitchenette, and both a conference room and outdoor patio that may be reserved by students and staff alike for group study or meetings. DUS students assist in monitoring the operation of the lounge that is often frequented by their peers in various DUS programs including, but not limited to: the Compact Scholars Program, Weber Honors College, and Liberal Studies.
Its centralized location on campus and student-welcome environment also make the lounge an especially ideal place for commuter students to frequent between classes to warm up a meal in the kitchenette microwave, or to review class notes or read comfortably on a couch, before heading off to their next class. The DUS Student Learning Lounge is also a sought after space for organized student leadership activities such as those hosted by Mortar Board, the Honors Council, and Scholars for Success website.