Each campus has its own library with a dedicated customer service team and subject specialists.
Our extensive resources support first year undergraduates through to PhD students
24/7 access to learning resources and spaces
Whichever campus you are based at, you’ll find extensive subject related resources staffed by subject specialist librarians.
- A comprehensive range of e-books, journals and databases available anytime anywhere
- Access resources from other libraries
- Group study areas with coffee facilities
- Quiet research areas
- Inductions, digital literacy and study skills sessions that are fully integrated with your course
For more information, explore the University of Gloucestershire library website.
Open access computing, Wi-Fi and photocopying
- Over 500 open-access computers are provided at our three campuses, with some dedicated rooms providing 24/7 access. PCs and Macs are available at each campus, and each computer has the latest version of Microsoft Office installed.
- Self-service lockers on each campus let you loan a laptop for up to 6 hours
- The university also provides free wireless internet access (eduroam) to all staff and students. WiFi is available on all campuses in the libraries, teaching spaces, SU bars, refectories and at many other locations on each campus.
- You can wirelessly print in our libraries too, with extensive scanning and photocopying facilities are also provided
Advice and support
Student services provide extensive advice and support throughout your time with us.
Each campus has a dedicated student Helpzone and Park campus has an International Student support team.
The Students’ Union also provide a range of advice and services.
External library memberships
You don’t need to be a current student or staff member to access our libraries. Individuals are welcome to join the Library by applying for membership. Details of our External Library membership scheme and how to apply can be found in the guide below.
NB: Terms and conditions of external library membership may be subject to change at short notice. Current external members will be notified in advance where possible.
SCONUL access scheme
If you’re studying at another academic institution, you may qualify for the SCONUL scheme which provides free access to many university libraries. Details of the scheme and how to apply can be found in the guide below.
Get in touch
If you are considering applying to study at University of Gloucestershire, you are welcome to get in touch to find out more about library and information resources.
Special Collections and Archives
We hold the historic records of the University of Gloucestershire, predecessor colleges and several special collections relating to Gloucestershire and beyond.
Open to students, staff and members of the public, the service offers a wide range of archive and special collections material for your research.