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The university provides a laptop loan scheme for students who need support with access to ICT equipment. Hardship funds are also available. COVID-secure study areas were created in the library and other venues.
*These provisions may change.
Open 24/7 for most of the academic year, Great Central Warehouse Library has over 260,000 journals and 750,000 books and e-books.
Students can conduct research using a variety of databases, specialist collections and archives.
Rooms can be booked for group work or independent study.
Students can book a PC, bring their own device or borrow a laptop from the library. There are designated silent study areas.
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How is this affected by coronavirus?
In 2020/21 the university provided two large outdoor tepees as well as additional outdoor seating areas.
*These provisions may change.
In 2020/21 the university implemented a range of measures to provide COVID-secure teaching spaces as part of a blended learning approach. All 2021/22 access will be in line with government guidance on COVID-19 at the time.
Innovative learning spaces
With major investment in its campus and facilities over the last two decades, the University of Lincoln blends modern and innovative learning spaces with social spaces designed for group work and collaboration.
Central point of contact
The Student Support Centre is a central point of contact that links students with a range of support services, such as the Student Wellbeing Centre, health centre or multifaith chaplaincy.
Platforms for the arts
The Lincoln Performing Arts Centre is a 450-seat professional theatre on campus which hosts professional performances alongside student productions. There is also an on-campus public art gallery where students exhibit work.
All facilities are open, with some activities and capacity limited to comply with Covid guidelines.
The gym has moved into a marquee to provide additional space. Facilities have one-way system and sanitisation stations. More exercise classes and workouts are online to support self-isolating students.
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.