Hartley will remain open during lockdown

It will not be open during weekends

Hartley Library and the Health Services Library will remain open during lockdown.

A tweet from the university’s libraries said: “Hartley and the Health Services Library are open 08:00-18:00 Monday-Friday during lockdown.”

All study spaces must be pre-booked and students will also need to book a timeslot to browse for books, similar to last term.

Winchester School of Art Library is only open to pick up Click and Collect items 11:00-15:00, Monday-Friday.

The National Oceanographic Library and the Avenue Library are closed. However, the university has said that students will be able to “use our Click & Collect service (‘Place Hold’ in our catalogue, Webcat) to request items to collect from Hartley”.

The university will also be able to post books to you if you are away from campus. There is no charge for the service and the cost of posting books to students will be met by the Library. Students are also able to return books without paying.

You can book a study space at Hartley or the Health Services library here.

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