The library's 'one-stop shop' web page has information to help students access library resources and support wherever they're studying. It also has the latest details on access to physical library spaces.
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The university has nine libraries and four study centres, offering study space and millions of research and learning resources.
The library accessible to all users, including part-time students, those outside of Bristol, and those with disabilities.
Dedicated support is available from subject librarians, who can advise on all aspects of finding and using resources.
Bristol students have access to high-quality IT facilities, including 24-hour access to PCs, and free Wi-Fi across campus.
Bristol SU Living Room allows students to relax between studying, enabling them to enjoy quality downtime outside of lectures. A new bar and food court will be opening soon at the heart of campus, where students can meet with friends or hold social events.
The Student Information Service helps students to get the best experience at the university. Advice is provided on a wide range of practical matters, such as visa enquiries, student finance, and academic support.
These include a day nursery for children aged from three months to five years and a multifaith chaplaincy for people of any faith and none. There’s also 24/7 security services, and a Global Lounge with events to help home and international students meet.