Studying Late? 24/7 library & late night buses! [Updated with timetable]

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The University and the Union are working in partnership to support you during the upcoming study and exam period. To find out more about the below initiatives, please contact Michael Ife

24/7 Library

26th November - 21st December
The RGU library in Sir Ian Wood Building will open 24/7 during peak exam times. Please note that on 21st December the library will close at 8pm

Free Late Night Buses

Trial Period: 4th & 5th December
Free buses will operate for RGU students during a trial period. If these are utilised, the scheme will continue to run until 21st December. See times below:


 

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