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Geisel Library

Cafe / Restaurant
Lower Noise
Plugs everywhere

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Keywords library, university, college, Group Friendly, Has Power
Web libraries.ucsd.edu  

Pro Tips

*NOTE: This is a UCSD library. They don't ask for ID, but please respect that paying students have dibs on all the resources here.*

Standing tables/counters: no
Friendly staff: n/a

+ Desks near windows
+ Awesome 360 views from the top floor

- If you're driving, parking at UCSD is a nightmare, and the campus is very big.
- During midterms or finals it can be full, especially the two lowest "talking allowed" floors. Top "silent" floor almost always has lots of room though.
- Closes at 6 on Fridays
- Sometimes the guest wifi is buggy. If it stops working, using "renew lease" or "forget this network" and then re-joining usually fixes it.
- need to be an actual UCSD student to check out the study rooms, or the cool rooms like the all-whiteboard room or the 3D printers.


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