Find safe spaces to work, study and socialise on campus


September 21st, 2020

Check how busy our teaching, study or social spaces are before you leave home and while moving around campus with our new online service.

The findspace.nottingham.ac.uk webpage shows how busy an individual room or space is across our UK campuses, helping you to stay socially distanced while working, studying and socialising.

Search more than 200 spaces, including teaching rooms and cafes, and check how busy they are to help plan your movements around campus.

Each space is continuously monitored and then rated according to the maximum safe capacity for that space, with social distancing regulations in place.

Spaces will have one of the following ratings:

  • Green – the space has lots of availability
  • Amber – there is some space, but it is filling up quickly
  • Red – the space is full, come back later or make other arrangements

Access the resource at findspace.nottingham.ac.uk, or via the MyNottingham app.

Use the search field to find the space you are looking for, or do a broader search for a campus or keyword (eg, cafe) to see a range of options.

We are currently monitoring the most popular spaces. We are continually reviewing occupancy data and will add more spaces as particularly busy areas are identified.

For more information, contact the IT Service Desk.

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