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22 May 2014

Library now open 24/7

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Don’t forget the Library’s now open 24 hours a day seven days a week to help you with your exam preparations.

The University and Students’ Union have a range of facilities available to support you.


Places to study

The Library – full details of the facilities available are on the Library website. Keep an eye on their Facebook page and on Twitter – @lbinfo – too for all the latest information.

If the Library’s getting full, remember there are other places around campus where you can study.


Computer labs and specialist software

If you need computer facilities, there are a number of PC labs across campus that are open to everyone. Find out where the labs are at Lab Location and use live Availability site to see whether there are currently computers free for you to use.

Your School will also have computers that you’ll be able to use – go to Lab Contacts for a list.

If you need to use specialist software for your course, the IT Services website has an alphabetical list of what’s available and where.


Mathematics Learning Support Centres

The University’s two Mathematics Learning Support Centres are open to all Loughborough students. They offer study space with books and computers available, and one-to-one drop-in support with mathematics and statistics. Opening hours are 10am-5pm Monday-Thursday and 10am-4pm on Friday.  

Mathematics help is offered 11am-1pm and 2pm-4pm in the Sir David Davis Building and 11am-1pm in the Angela Marmont Building. Statistics help is offered 2pm-4pm in the Angela Marmont Building. There’s no need to make an appointment.

More details on drop-in help and all our other services can be found at Mathematics Learning Support Centres website


Personal support

There are lots of people on hand at the University and Students’ Union who can help if you feel you need some guidance throughout the exams.

The University’s Student Services section offers a range of support – go to their website for details of how they can help.

The Students’ Union is also running Keep Calm During Your Exams from 27 May, to offer tips and support to help you get through your coursework and exams this summer and to advise you on how to avoid academic misconduct.