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Last updated: 11 Nov 2020 9:55am

There are bookable spaces if you need to study on campus during lockdown

Published Wednesday, 11th November, 2020 in University news

To help you continue your studies safely and effectively, there is lots of advice available for studying online, as well as areas of campus open if you need to use them for your studies. You can book individual study spaces in the Library and access PC labs and study spaces in the Pavilion (main Northampton Square entrance), Tait Building (Level 1) and the Drysdale Building (ground floor and lower ground floor).

While you are encouraged set up any group study meetings online, we have also made some bookable study spaces available for you on campus in the College Building,  Drysdale and the main Northampton Square building.

Group study spaces must be booked in advance:

  • By contacting your Course Officer, who will confirm your booking within one working day of the request.
  • PG Business School students using Bunhill Row or Aldersgate should continue to use the online booking system instead.

When you are on campus you will see signage to show a space is a Group Study Area – please only use your booked space and ensure you follow the guidance to keep our community safe while you are on campus. This includes maintaining social distancing, wearing face coverings unless you are exempt, washing your hands regularly and wiping down surfaces.

You can read our ‘We are City – Covid-19 Community Agreement’ which sets out the responsibilities here.