24/7 Study Space

Due to current circumstances, 24/7 study space is not currently available on campus. However, during January the University has committed to providing temporary quiet study space during the day.

Until 18 January, there will be a limited number of study spaces within the Sir Ian Wood Building study areas (N336 and N346) and IT labs (N339 and N340), which can be booked by emailing timetabling@rgu.ac.uk.

These will operate with strict social distancing and hygiene measures in place. Their hours of availability are 8am to 6.30pm, Monday – Friday.

During this time, the RGU Library is not open. However, staff will be working remotely and can provide advice and support.

For more information about the Library’s service, visit the RGU Library Blog.

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

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