January 20th, 2021
Our library buildings remain open to provide vital support to those returning to our campuses following the latest Government guidance.
To allow us to continue providing these essential services, including access to study space, it is vital that everyone follows the university’s Covid-19 health and safety measures.
From Friday 22 January, anyone failing to follow the mandatory safety measures will be:
Failure to adhere will be considered a breach of the Code of Discipline for Students.
We ask that those with an exemption wear a sunflower lanyard or display an exemption card to minimise compliance checks
The health and safety of our library staff and visitors is our absolute priority and it is more important than ever that we do everything we can to keep each other safe.
All staff and students have access to the University Testing Service. The University recommends that those on campus regularly should consider taking an asymptomatic test weekly.
During the National Lockdown period, we ask that you visit our libraries to use study space or access resources only when essential, for example if you don’t have access to appropriate study space elsewhere.
Thank you for helping us to keep the University community safe. If you have any questions about our library services or accessing resources, please contact the Library Helpline by email, phone or Live Chat.
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