One of the best places to study is the library. The fourth floor is virtually deserted early in the morning, so you'll get some peace and quiet. Check it out, if you don't mind walking up an extra couple of flights of stairs or waiting for those elevators. If you really don't want to be disturbed, you should sit behind the stacks. The only drawback is that it can get a little lonely back there.
For those of you who drive to campus every day, consider taking the train. Not only will this cut down the stress from road rage, but it will also free you up so you'll be able to study. It does get a little loud in there at time, but you don't even notice the noise after a while. Think ahead about what kinds of things you can study best while on the train and be sure to have that with you.
If you're looking for a place where you and a bunch of classmates can go to study, all you have to do is find an empty classroom. You're most likely to find them early in the morning or late in the afternoon. Classrooms have everything you need: blackboards, projectors, seats and desks, and no distractions. Note: if you're alone, you'll probably want to keep the door open.