Oxford is teeming with great places to study, but where are they? Not only are they great for that #studysesh, but they are also totally Instagram-able so you can keep up your aesthetic online while studying for your classes this semester.
- The Cozy Coffee Shop – High Point Coffee
High Point Coffee on Old Taylor Road has a great atmosphere with music that’s fun but not too distracting. They have ample space and study rooms if you’re working on the dreaded group project. In addition to its study amenities, it’s a great place to get into dig into that project or maybe a pastry.
2. Get your nose in the books – Square Books Balcony
The best part of the upstairs balcony at the infamous Square Books bookstore is that you get to stay in the fall air while looking over notes or listening to online lectures. It’s on the second floor, and before you head out to start studying, there’s a chance to grab a cup of tea or coffee at the small barista station.
3. Studying and Traveling – Graduate
With its hanging globe light fixtures and funky decor, the world-travel vibe in the Graduate will keep you dreaming about that study abroad trip you might be saving for junior year. It’s also a great place to study for that upcoming calculus test.
4. Nature nut – Rowan Oak
For the person who loves studying in nature Rowan has got you. Who knows, maybe William Faulkner’s spirit will rub off on you a bit for your papers you’ve got due this week.
5. The hip hub – Uptown on the Square
Uptown on the Square has the tablespace to spread out the books for your research papers. Whether you need a pick-me-up from a weekend, or an exam, the marble mocha is your chocolate and coffee fix all in one delicious cup.