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Online tutorials, workshops and one-to-one support from librarians. Bookable, socially distanced study spaces. Click-and-collect service for access to physical books. Scan-and-send service where students can request sections of books digitally.
*These provisions may change.
Well-stocked campus library offers long opening hours, thousands of resources and hundreds of study spaces for student use.
80% of resources are digital: 250,000+ e-books, 20,000 e-journals, 60+ databases, films, TV, radio, primary material and more.
Students can get help in person, by phone, by email and at a distance via the online chat service, available 24/7 all year.
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Outstanding campuses and facilities
A range of multipurpose facilities are offered across campuses and teaching sites, with course facilities from biology laboratories to the industry-standard TV studios. There are also several venues and a lively performance schedule.
The new Locksbrook Campus is in a central location. The open-plan building has technical workshops surrounded by flexible studio spaces as well as large social areas. An inspirational place for you to flourish.
Multifaith and quiet space
Bath Spa University’s Main House has a quiet area and a multifaith space. The quiet space has couches and beanbags to help you feel relaxed and offers a book selection titled ‘The Wellbeing Collection’.
Most sporting facilities are hired externally. Increases in hire cost or restrictions on bookings have impacted on university sports clubs, with some unable to operate.
More use is made of indoor facilities. Some indoor sport has moved outside. Capacity has been reduced, and sessions adapted. Gym equipment has been removed with the space used for indoor activities such as dance, boxing or yoga.
See a summary of sports and activities offered below, or search the Sports Table to discover which exercise and facilities are available at each university.