Looking for somewhere to study when the Library closes or gets too busy? Have a look at the study spaces guide provided by the Students' Association.
See how many people are in the Library now! The number displayed below is indicative of how many people have come in through the Library entry gates. We have 966 study spaces available in the Library (excluding seats in the cafe and some soft seating areas).
Telephone: 01334 462331/2
*Last entry to the Main Library building is 15 minutes before closing: 01.45
|IT Service Desk|
St Mary's College Library
St Mary's College, South Street
Telephone: 01334 462855
The Richardson Research Library at Martyrs Kirk
The Thomson Research Reading Room is open to all registered PG students (Masters students, please see below), academic and academic-related staff. Access to the building’s front entrance and to the Thomson Room is controlled by proximity card readers – please have your student/staff ID card with you at all times.
Thomson Research Reading Room
|Monday-Friday||08.00-00.00 (also open to Masters students from 17.00-00.00)|
|Saturday-Sunday||10.00-00.00 (also open to Masters students during full weekend opening hours)|
Special Collections: Napier Reading Room
Please check the Special Collections pages for opening times.
Visits by appointment only. To make an appointment, please email email@example.com or phone 01334 462339.
JF Allen Library
School of Physical Sciences, North Haugh
Telephone: 01334 463231
Contact 01334 463231, or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org for further information.
08.00-17.45 (authorised card-holders have access until 20.30)
Self-issue and return in operation at all times
Purdie Building, North Haugh
Telephone: 01334 463775
The Chemistry Library in the Purdie Building is now operating on a reference-only basis. Books are not available for loan, although lending copies of some titles are held in the JF Allen Library (Physics building) and the Main Library. Photocopying facilities are available in the library.
Normal opening hours are 09.00-17.00.
Vicki Cormie (email@example.com) is the main contact for any issues or enquiries relating to Library facilities in the School of Chemistry.