Libraries and information services
How is this affected by coronavirus?LJMU has introduced a wide range of support in response to COVID-19 and the associated local and national restrictions. For the latest details, please refer to the university's coronavirus web page. *These provisions may change.
- LJMU has two libraries as well as the Learning Commons in the Student Life Building, which is open 24/7 during semester.
- There are over 1,800 study spaces, both for individual study and group work. Plus, more than 1,000 open access and bookable PCs.
- LJMU has over 1,000,000 books including more than 700,000 e-books and almost 135,000 e-journals.
- Expert teams offer a wide range of opportunities for all students to develop their academic, research and digital skills.
Other services and facilities
How is this affected by coronavirus?For the latest information, please refer to the university's coronavirus web page. *These provisions may change.
- Throughout the pandemic LJMU has maintained limited access to certain technical facilities on campus for students on clinical and professional programmes, in line with government guidance.
Student advice and wellbeing
LJMU's Student Advice and Wellbeing team provide advice and guidance on everything from accommodation to wellbeing and mental health support, international advice and support for disabled students. The team can also advise on eligibility for student funding.
Student wellbeing support
LJMU has a Student Wellbeing team on hand to help, with officers in each faculty to provide advice and support to students experiencing any issues at university that are affecting their wellbeing and/or mental health.
The chaplaincy is available to all students of all faiths or none. Confidential pastoral care and support is offered to students of all beliefs and backgrounds. LJMU also provide suitable space for individual prayer, reflection and contemplation.
Sports programme adjustments have been made in response to varying Covid guidance. Increased Covid restrictions in the area have closed local sports facilities used by the university.
Various options to give students access to sport and exercise have been explored. A new university sport centre increases capacity (from January 2021).
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.