Why Students Should Use Student Card At The 73 Tremont Building

1123 Words Feb 29th, 2016 5 Pages
Suffolk University is located in downtown Boston. Our school library was set up in 73 Tremont Street second floor to the fourth floor. Consequently, it is not the largest library at American University, but it still not small. Our school students can use their official cards to rent a textbook, magazine, newspaper, etc. from the library. Our school library has strict management. Students need to use student card to enter the 73 Tremont building. Also, a student can use the school account to rent a study room in website. Students require being equipped with independent skills. As students, we only have about ten hours study in class. Therefore, we ought to use the rest of the time to prepare for the exam and do some homework. Consequently, one has to develop a timetable to manage the few free hours that one has. This free time can be spent in the library; when one walks into the library, the students’ help desk is on the left. One can rent a laptop or any other tools that can help an individual to identify the book he/she needs. Also, there are computers that one can use to access vital information on the library; to successfully use these computers one has to have an official student’s account. Also, there are pre-installed printers available to the students; each student has free five hundred pages per semester. In case, of any difficulties, there are the support staffs that are always ready to help. I vividly recall the first time I studied at liberal that was…

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