Due to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic, please read our advice before you visit.
Please speak to a member of staff at the Welcome Desk and they will be happy to help you. The desk is staffed whenever the building is open.
There is no need to book – just find an available seat. You will need to bring your own device as we are still unable to offer University PCs.
We have created red, amber and green noise zones in the building:
Silent study areas: The top floor and the reports and archive areas of the ground floor (accessible via the back staircases)
Quiet study area: The first floor
Group and collaborative working: The PC Hub and Library atrium
Please work in the area of the Library that most suits your needs. Please sanitise your work area before and after use.
Up to eight students can study together in one of our rooms, but you must all wear masks. Room 4 is on the first floor. Rooms 5 and 6 are on the second floor. Book a study room
We have printers on all three floors. There are two A3 printers, one on the first floor and one in the PC Hub on the ground floor. You will need to bring your own device to print; it is not possible to print from mobile phones or USB sticks.
There are vending machines and toilets on the ground floor, in the main atrium.
Lost property is collected and stored at the Welcome Desk on the first floor. Please hand in anything that you believe has been mislaid by another student. And of course, ask us if you think you have lost something!