Slowly, the essay writing and study season is approaching. If you want to get a head start on your assignments and exams, check out the places below to snag a sweet study spot.
#1. Dark Horse Café
All three Dark Horse Café locations have very bright and large windows. WiFi is free at all locations and there are plenty of tables. If you want to learn more about the Dark Horse, check out this article on other cafes in the city.
#2. Voodoo Child Café
Close to University of Toronto, the Voodoo Child is a popular study spot. Small treats like cookies and cakes are offered if you want to have a snack study break.
#3. Black Canary Espresso Bar
The Black Canary Espresso Bar is located at Sherbourne and Adelaide, close to Ryerson University and George Brown College. With lots of places to sit and a great cup of coffee, this place will be sure to provide a great atmosphere for getting some work done.
#4. Rooster Coffee House
With three locations around the city, there has to be a Rooster Coffee House location close to you. All three locations are bright and spacious, giving you lots of room to study the day away.
#5. R Squared
Open at 7:00 AM during the week, R Squared is a great place to go if you want to get some studying done early. Settle in with a cup of joe or a muffin to have a great start to a busy day ahead.
#6. Gerstein Science Information Centre
Located on the University of Toronto – St. George campus, the Gerstein Science Information Centre is open to all students, regardless of what school you go to.
#7. E.J. Pratt Library
This library on the University of Toronto – St. George campus offers over 250,000 items including books on a variety of topics. If you need a specific resource for that essay, this is your place to go.
#8. Toronto Reference Library
One of the largest libraries in the city, the Toronto Reference library will have a ton of spots for you to sit down and study in silence. With five floors, you are bound to be able to find a table for yourself or your group for homework.
#9. Your Local Toronto Public Library
All Toronto Public Libraries around the city offer free WiFi, free use of computers and information and reference services. If you need help finding a book or want to make use of free Internet, look up where you closest location is using the link above.