From Thursday 31 March until Friday 10 June, Library space is reserved for University Campus and Library Card holders overnight and all weekend (Monday to Thursday, 17:00 – 08:00; Friday 17:00 – Monday 08:00). This is to prevent disruption to our own revising students from non-University members, right until their last exam is over.
We operate a ‘no card, no access policy’ and reserve the right to refuse access to anyone, including University members, who cannot identify themselves adequately.
HOW TO GET IN – CARD-HOLDERS
University of Reading Campus Card-holders and Library Card holders are welcome at all times. However, during restricted times, the revolving door will be locked, so please enter by the right-hand Library door.
- University members gain automatic entry by placing their Campus Card on the ‘proximity reader’ beside the right-hand door.
- Library Card holders must show their card to staff to gain entry. Please knock for attention if staff are not right beside the door.
RESTRICTIONS FOR VISITORS
Members of the public without cards are only admitted weekdays 08:00–17:00, 31 March -10 June 2016. Regrettably, they may not use study spaces here as these are required by our own students revising for exams. Visitors are encouraged to look to their own school, college or public library for study space.
As always, our policy is that children in the Library must be accompanied by a responsible adult.
We apologise to visitors unable to use CaféLibro during restricted periods. Please try another outlet on campus or at Christchurch Green.
CAMPUS CARD FAULTY?
Should your University Campus Card fail to open the Library’s front door with the card reader, please ask Campus Card Services to fix the fault via their Campus Card non-residential door access report form or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Alternative UoR Study space
Remember that UoR students can also use alternative study space provided by the University during exam-revision time across campus.
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