Library 24/7 Opening
24/7 Extended opening of the libraries will once again be returning in support of the upcoming assessment period.
From Monday 14th November until Sunday 18th December, Harrison Library, City campus and Walsall Campus Library will be available for current students to access 24/7.
24/7 access will then resume after Christmas for 2 weeks, from Tuesday 3rd January until Saturday 14th January
During these periods, you will be able to access all of the study spaces, print books and journals, use the student PCs and borrow books and short-loan laptops using our self-service lockers and kiosks. Pickup and return of long-loan (30-day) laptops will not be available.
There will be limited library support in the building but remote support via our Assist: Live Chat will continue as usual 24/7
*Campus ID cards will be required to enter the libraries*
Please remember to take care of yourself and use good study habits during the upcoming assessment periods, including taking regular breaks, resting well and doing things that you enjoy in-between studying!
The university's Mental Health and Wellbeing Team has various online resources that you may find useful on their webpage, including Togetherall, a 24/7 digital mental health support service and Student Space, helping you to explore a range of trusted information, services and tools to help you with the challenges of student life
Don't forget to explore all of the academic skills support available to help get you through this busy assignment period including Study Guides and arrange of skills for learning workshops that you can attend online
Feedback on 24/7 Opening
If you have already made use of the 24/7 library opening, please consider completing a short online feedback form which will help us understand how the 24/7 opening benefits you. Selecting the link below to feedback.
Library 24/7 feedback
For more information please contact the Corporate Communications Team.