The Library is still here to support you and your studies remotely, and have study spaces on campus if you are required to be here.
Unless you have already been advised that you are required on campus for accreditation reasons or scheduled on-campus assessments, or you have specific personal circumstances, you should not return to University. If you meet these conditions and are studying on campus, you can book a study space at the following Library sites:
- Alan Gilbert Learning Commons (open 24 hours a day, seven days a week)
- Main Library (9am-5pm, Monday to Friday)
- Stopford Library (9am-5pm, Monday to Friday)
Unfortunately, all other Library sites and study spaces are currently closed. You must book library study spaces online.
Find out about all Library services that are currently available, including Click and Collect on the Service availability webpage.
Remember, if you need help you can talk to the Library via LibraryChat.
If you’re preparing for assessments, the Library has a range of assessment support available to you, including Zoom workshops with Library team members, revise together sessions and online resources you can complete in your own time.
Further information and support
If you’re finding revision stressful, the Counselling Service are holding regular ‘Calm Your Brain’ online sessions. These sessions use guided relaxation to help start your day with a sense of calm and acceptance to enable you to face challenges more easily. You can find out more here and register for the sessions here.
There’s also lots of information on the Student Support website to help you take care of your wellbeing.
If you’re new to the University or need an introduction (or reintroduction) to the Library, head to the Library’s Get Started webpage.