Library and study spaces

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

Our 24/7 opening for the June exam period begins on Monday 24 May and will run until Wednesday 23 June, when we revert to summer vacation hours.

There are 450 study spaces available across the four levels, 250 of which are bookable.

This includes booths on Level 4, study carrels on Levels 1 and 2, individual rooms on all four floors of the Library, as well as individual study desks in the silent study area on Levels 1 and 2.

To use a bookable study space, you will be required to make a reservation online using the University’s study space booking system. You can book your space online here.

Please note upon entering the Library you may be asked to provide evidence of your asymptomatic test result, which you are required to have taken to use University facilities. We also ask students to use the cleaning equipment provided to wipe down the study space and equipment before and after each use, and to not move any furniture.

We know the Library can get very busy in the run-up to and during exams, so keep an eye out on Twitter @lborolibrary for all the latest information.

If you need computer facilities, there are a number of PC labs across campus that are open. Have a look online to find your nearest ones. The IT Services website provides real-time information on whether there are computers currently available. 

Please note that from Wednesday 26 May, you will need to request remote access to any Windows PCs on campus in the IT Labs. A webform is available on the Learn homepage, and more information can be viewed here

If you want some tips on exam techniques and revision, you’ll find resources in the Academic Skills module on Learn. We recommend that you take regular breaks and to take your mind off your studies take a look at our leisure reading collection.

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