Library Champions

Volunteer as a Library Champion

Group of students outside of the library

We are looking for enthusiastic and motivated students to help improve the student experience in the library. 

Library Champions will be actively involved in a number of Library projects through which they will provide feedback as well as promote library services and campaigns. Your contribution as Library Champion will give you valuable experience to add to your CV, develop transferable skills such as communication, time management and team work.


Library Champions will be given full training for the role be supported by Library staff.

This scheme ran October 2021 - March 2022.

Applications are now closed for this year, the scheme will restart in September 2022. 

Current Library Champions

Find all the information you need to get started on the Library Champions mini site (log-in required).

"A really interesting scheme which allowed me to meet with other people in other courses. This scheme has also helped me to feel like I have contributed to something that will last longer than I study at the university."


"I would highly recommend joining the Library Champions, it has really been a highlight of my second year. The group of people are really friendly and welcoming and it is a great opportunity to interact with more students while also improving the library with a number of interesting projects!"


"It's a perfect opportunity to develop social skills as well as academic ones. It’s fun and you get to express your ideas in ways you probably can't in academia."

Bethany Walsh

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