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Ratings for Robert E. Kennedy Library at California Polytechnic University, San Luis Obispo - RateMyCampus
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Robert E. Kennedy Library


OVERALL
4.3
Atmosphere
5.0
Hours
4.0
Services
4.0
#1 rated library at California Polytechnic University, San Luis Obispo
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Robert E. Kennedy Library

San Luis Obispo , CA  93405
805.756.5760
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2/21/2013
Hours    
4
Services    
4
Atmosphere    
5
by a user
The only library on campus. Decent hours that get extended around dead week and finals time.
The library is essentially divided by different things on different floors. They get more quiet as you go up floors. Most people stick to the first or second, and anything above the third floor, I consider scary.
Floor one: The information desk where you can check out books and get course reserves, a courtyard in the center with couches and tables to work at during the day (not lit when it's dark), the 24-hour study room, Poly Print service, a quiet room, senior projects, and computers for student use.
Floor two: arguably the most popular floor, Julian's patisserie (it's a cafe), periodicals, reservable group study rooms, a lot of comfy seating, children's books and a children's reading area, computer labs that are sometimes used for classes and other times open to students, and outside seating (which exists at every level).
Upper floors: They get quieter, more books, older students (including grad students, and generally more intimidating. Not often frequented unless looking for something specific or a very quiet lonely place to study.
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