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How is this affected by coronavirus?
The Charles Seale-Hayne Library opens from 8am to 8pm daily. The Level 0 Learning Space is available 24/7 all year. Students must wear a face covering at all times. Students have access to study support and online information, including IT and resources.
*These provisions may change.
The Charles Seale-Hayne Library is open 24/7 in term time and 8am–8pm in vacations. Nearby study space opens 24-hours all year.
Resources include around 350,000 books, 500,000 e-books and 80,000 journal titles, plus laptop and media equipment loans.
Recently refurbished, the library has more than 1,200 study spaces (including 200+ PCs) across a range of study environments.
The library also houses a help desk, IT support, and a number of special collections.
Rooms have been temporarily repurposed as open access areas to maximise the number of student study facilities.
*These provisions may change.
Face coverings should be worn in all university learning environments, providing the use of a face covering does not impact teaching and learning.
The Student Hub is the university's first point of contact for all non-academic student queries. A dedicated team helps students with careers, health, wellbeing, counselling and mental health, disability, dyslexia, international advice and money management.
Pastoral and spiritual care
A multifaith chaplaincy works alongside other support services to provide a welcome and helping hand to any student regardless of religious background or belief. Prayer rooms are available. Regular events take place throughout the year including debates.
Food, friends and family
The campus has a variety of cafés where students and friends can enjoy sustainable, locally-sourced fresh food and drink, including a pizzeria and vegetarian bistro. The Ofsted-rated Freshlings nursery for children of students and staff is on campus.
Reduced capacity in sport facilities. Some indoor sports (e.g. netball, basketball) have been unable to return to play.
Sports clubs are following Covid guidelines. A social sports programme is timetabled. University sports facilities are open, with discounted membership. Online/digital spaces are used by students and clubs to promote and take part in activities.
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.