Priority Library Access for UofG Students: Exam Period Monday 18th April- Friday 27th May 2016

As we are now approaching exam time, we are introducing temporary access restrictions for students from other universities and colleges, until the end of the exam period.

Students from other UK institutions who use their registration card from their home university or college, to enter the University of Glasgow Library, will not be able to access the Library between 7.15am and 5pm Monday – Friday from Monday 18th April until Friday 27th May (inclusive). This change also applies to students with a SCONUL Reference Only confirmation email.

These students will still be able to access the Library after 5pm Monday – Friday and all day at the weekends.

Students study in the University Library

Students in the University Library

Full SCONUL members, corporate, alumni and members of formal reciprocal schemes will not be affected by this change.

Normal access arrangements will resume on Saturday 28th May.

We hope that our student visitors from other institutions will understand that we need to keep study spaces available for University of Glasgow students during the very busy exam period.

If you are unsure whether these arrangements will affect you, please contact the Library on library@lib.gla.ac.uk .



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