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The library is open 24/7 to browse shelves and collect books but students must book a study space. Online resources and a scanning service are available to students not on campus. The university is offering additional study spaces on campus and in the city.
*These provisions may change.
The library is at the centre of the campus. Open 24/7, it offers over 1,500 study spaces and 500 PCs over five floors.
Subject librarians are experts in the resources students need, providing one-to-one help and support.
The university's virtual learning environment (VLE) allows students to access course materials, quizzes and recorded lectures.
There are four Learning Commons across the university, providing open-plan study areas for students.
Addition of three new hospitality marquees where students can eat, drink and socialise safely with their households. The spaces are heated and have free Wi-Fi. A marquee was transformed into a winter wonderland for students staying over the festive break.
*These provisions may change.
The Edge is Bath's arts centre. Open to all, it provides a creative hub on campus. Its facilities include galleries with free exhibitions, theatres, music and art studios, plus a lively café. You can sign up to creative clubs and societies through The SU.
The university ecumenical chaplaincy centre welcomes those of all faiths and no faith, with a chaplain on call for students every weekday. A Muslim prayer room is on campus, with washing facilities.
Westwood Nursery provides quality campus-based care for children aged six months to school entry age. Places are subject to availability.
No sporting facility has been lost to teaching space. Sports are following Covid guidelines, with fewer training and competitive opportunities for some. Reduced capacity in the gym, exercise classes and some sports.
Reduced capacity has been offset by extending opening hours and investing in new spaces. Membership in semester 1 allowed students access to virtual or in-person sessions, signposting available sports.
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.