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How is this affected by coronavirus?
The university's library buildings remain open to provide vital support to students on campus. Students can request scans of items, find online resources, or use a click-and-collect service to access books.
*These provisions may change.
The University of Nottingham's eight libraries offer a range of facilities and a mix of silent, quiet and group study spaces.
Students have access to assistive technology rooms and dedicated postgraduate study spaces.
The NUsearch platform allows students to access physical and digital resources, including e-books and special collections.
The university's libraries are open all year, often 24/7.
The university offers friendship, advice and support to all students of any faith or none. This includes a Christian chapel, Muslim prayer rooms, and several multifaith prayer rooms on every campus.
Students' Union Advice
Run by the university's Students' Union, SU Advice offers free, professional and confidential advice about matters such as housing, money and course-related issues.
At Nottingham's Lakeside Arts, students can become a volunteer, a performer in the university's auditioned summer musical or the Nottingham New Theatre co-production, or complete a placement directly linked to the delivery of the arts.