A hot topic at the moment (particularly at the City Centre Campus) is the issue of study space.
Where can I find study space at the City Centre Campus?
We know Curzon Library is usually very busy during the daytime – we’re open 24/7 so you can stagger your study times where possible, or explore some of the other study spaces on campus. Did you know you can study in the social areas around our buildings, as well as classrooms that aren’t being used? Millennium Point and Parkside building are open until midnight during term-time.
Can I study at another campus?
Yes! You are welcome to use any of our campuses. There are 6 libraries and a number of social areas in other buildings. Just remember to take your University ID card and double-check the opening hours.
What if I want to use a computer?
- Open access rooms: Curzon Library; Parkside Level 2 Bridge; Millennium Point 253.
- Teaching rooms (free when not booked for teaching): Millennium Point 135, 150, 158, 211, 242, 252, 325; Parkside 105, 120, 129, 133; Curzon 255, 261, 262, 265, 269, 312.
- Mary Seacole Library; Seacole IT Suite 361.
- Kenrick Library; Attwood 006, 201, 211.
You can also bring your own laptop/tablet to study with, and even print from them.
What can you do to help?
Everybody at university deserves a peaceful study environment:
- Respect the noise zones indicated in each library – silent, quiet and group study areas are available.
- Keep seats free from bags and coats to ensure everybody can sit down.
- Don’t bring hot food into the library! We don’t mind cold food and drinks in sealed containers, but please use the bins/recycling facilities provided.
- Please leave the furniture where it is – it helps keep the study environment tidy, but also helps you stay safe and not get any injuries from moving heavy chairs/tables.