A good study spot is a great thing to have when you want a change of scenery or a place to focus and work on your assignments. These 5 study spots offer unique features and environments to get your work done. 

     Barnes and Noble has more than just books, they also have a Starbucks inside with a lounge area. This Starbucks offers all the coffee and snacks that other locations do, just with the view of books. The area is a great study place that has free wifi and a quiet atmosphere. 

     For a cafe setting, Merit coffee right across the street from Reagan is an excellent choice. The cafe company offers a variety of different coffee and a few pastries as well. It also offers indoor and outdoor seating, both having free wifi. Merit closes at 8 pm every day except for Sundays when they close at 6 pm.       

     If you’re feeling like having a proper meal while studying then Cornerstone Bakery at Stone Oak offers typical deli food and lots of tables to meet up with others. The bakery isn’t too expensive and also offers free refills on coffee. Cornerstone Bakery’s hours are 7:30 am -7:30 pm. 

     If Cornerstone Bakery isn’t for you then the Panera Bread at the Vineyard might be. Panera offers deli-style food as well and free wifi. In addition, it has an outdoor area where you can study under the sun. Panera Bread also stays open later than other spots as their hours are 6:30 am – 9 pm on weekdays. 

     Lastly, if you just want a quiet space to work with little distractions, then the Parman Library at Stone Oak is a valuable spot for you. The Parman Library offers tables to work at as well as private rooms, called quiet spaces, where no talking is allowed. In addition to the free wifi, the library has computers that people can use for free and printers that can be used for a 20 cent fee. The library also has stationary bikes that people can ride while they read. 

     All of these spots are within 10 minutes away from Reagan.