August 17th, 2022
Three libraries will be open 24/7 from Monday 31 October 2022.
Last academic year, six libraries were open until 2am (Sunday – Thursday) for the majority of term time but we received significant feedback from students asking for the return of twenty-four hours access for both late night and early morning access.
Following a survey of library users last academic year and a review of current opening hours and usage data, University of Nottingham Libraries are happy to confirm that 24-7 term-time opening hours will be returning this academic year in three libraries.
From 31 October, the following libraries will be open twenty-four hours, seven days a week throughout most of the autumn, spring and summer terms.
Our 24/7 libraries will be:
Our other libraries will be open term time hours. Find the latest opening hours on the Libraries website.
The three 24/7 libraries have been selected based on their size, location and facilities. These changes will provide staff and students with extended access to library space on each campus whilst also considering factors such as sustainability and usage.
George Green Library is a short walk from both Hallward and Greenfield Medical libraries and has high-performance computers as well as a postgraduate-only floor and calm space, thereby making the most of the available space for students at all levels.
Libraries offer a range of services to support students with accessing print resources from all library locations, including Click and Collect and providing scans of sections of material by email for personal use.
If you need to access resources but aren’t sure how to do this, you can ask any member of Library staff wearing a blue lanyard or get in touch by phone, email, live chat or social media.
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