Exam Support

Library and study spaces

Two students in library

If you’re looking for somewhere to study on campus, one of the main places will be the Library.

In response to your requests, the Library will be open 24/7 for an extended period, from Thursday 25th May until Wednesday 21st June.

There are 1,375 study spaces available, allowing silent, quiet study and group study. You can book the individual study carrels and groups study rooms in advance on the Library website.

We know the Library can get very busy in the run up to and during exams – keep an eye on the Library’s website, their Facebook page, and on Twitter – @lbinfo – for all the latest information.

We’ve also made plenty of other space available across campus for you to revise and study. There’s an online map and a list of where these spaces are. All pool teaching areas are open and accessible during the hours of 8.00am – 6.00pm Monday to Friday for student use during the exam period.

If you need computer facilities, there are a number of PC labs across campus that are open to everyone. Have a look online to find your nearest ones. The IT Services website provides real-time information on whether there are computers currently available. Your School will also have computers that you will be able to use – go to School Computer Labs for a list.

Graduate Hub is available for Postgraduate study only.

As part of LSU's ‘Keep Calm’ Campaign, Room One will be available for study.

Catered Halls

Campus living have made dining rooms in Cayley, Faraday, David Collett, Towers and the Village Restaurant available to catered hall students and their invited guests to use as study areas between 8.00am and 7.30pm. Tea and coffee facilities will be available free of charge during these study periods; please bring your Loughborough cup.

Please note these dining halls can be very busy during meal times and preferences will be given to students eating their meals.