24/7 Study Space

Studying late? Following on from successful trials of all-night access to study space during peak exam times in April and December, the Union has worked in partnership with the University's Estates & Property Services Department to introduce the service during term-time.

Starting on Monday 3rd February 2020, designated 24 hour study and PC access areas will be available in the Sir Ian Wood Building. A quiet study room will be open in room N317, while computer access will be available in the concourse space opposite.

Students looking to make use of the 24hr facilities are asked to register first by emailing Estates-Helpdesk@rgu.ac.uk. Please include a note of your student ID number in your email, and remember to bring your ID card with you when signing in at the building reception desk.

In the event that pre-registration has not been completed students will be asked to present their ID card on arrival to the Sir Ian Wood Building and asked to read and acknowledge the induction information at the building reception.

Your student ID must be shown when signing in at the building reception or access to the 24 hour study space cannot be granted.

To find out more about this service, or if you have any questions, please contact presew@rguunion.co.uk

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