The Library has a wide range of study spaces suited to a variety of study needs.
- Silent spaces for silent individual study.
- Quiet spaces for quiet individual study, with an occasional whispered conversation.
- Group spaces and rooms for group and collaborative study.
Cold food and lidded drinks are allowed in all areas of the library except the PC Zones, Silent Study Areas and Archives and Special Collections.
Text and Tell us
To report issues in the Library during staffed service hours please text us on 0116 347 0605, or speak to a member of staff at the Information Hub on the ground floor at any time.
Bookable Group Study Rooms
Rooms for group study are available in the Library and in Freemen's Common Cottages. Rooms can be booked up to 4 days in advance through Book a Study Space by University of Leicester students only. These rooms are not available for individual study, teaching, presentations, interviews or for University meetings. A group must consist of at least 2 people.
If the room is not occupied within 15 minutes of the start of a booking it may be rebooked to another group, a member of library staff can do this for you.
Bookable Individual Study Rooms
Study spaces for individual study are available on the Mezzanine in the Charles Wilson Building.
Doctoral College Reading Room
Located on Floor 1 of the Library and available for use by all University of Leicester postgraduate research students and all University staff.
Height adjustable desks
Two height adjustable desks are located on the ground floor of the Library in the Rhoda Bennett Reading Room.
PC Zones and Rooms
Computers and print, copy, scan devices for use by University Staff and Students are located on ground, and floors 1, 2 and 3 (See available PCs).
Esports Lab is on the ground floor and is bookable for teaching through central room bookings and may be used by University Staff and Students when not booked.
Study spaces on campus
There are a range of alternative bookable and non bookable study spaces across campus to support our students differing requirements. These include individual study spaces in the Percy Gee Students Union and on the Mezzanine floor in the Charles Wilson Building; and group study rooms in Freemen's Common Cottages.