If you want to study in either the silent study rooms upstairs or in most of the downstairs are you need to book a seat online and then check yourself in when you arrive. These seats generally offer more space between them.
Alternatively, you can just walk in and use one of the study spaces in the main body of the Library upstairs
Your Student ID card is also your library card. The card can be used to:
You can put money on your card using the online payment facility. If you lose your card you should obtain a replacement from Student Services.
The Welcome Desk on the Ground Floor can help you make the most of using the library and its services. Ask any questions you have about finding and borrowing books and our other services.
It is planned that the Enquiry Desk on the Ground Floor will be staffed from 18 October for help with finding information for your assignments and how to reference.
There are a large number of open access computers located throughout the library, providing quiet study areas.
There are two self service machines located on the group floor of the library. These machines can be used to issue and return books.
There are six lockers located on the ground floor that can be booked for the day. Ask at the Welcome Desk for further information.
The IS Service Desk, located on the first floor, provides advice and support with all IT and Audio-Visual (AV) related issues.
Free WiFi is available in the library. Visitors should ask at the IT Service Desk how to connect to the wireless network. All students are provided with details of how to connect to the wired and wireless networks on arrival at the university.
The library is a shared space, so please respect other library users. We have very few rules in the library.
Please follow these rules for everyone's benefit: