Update - November 2021
Our libraries are gradually returning to normal but may still vary according to local circumstances and restrictions, please check the Book borrowing and study spaces guide for the latest information at your academic partner. Click and Collect is still possible at many academic partners; please use the relevant request form for your home library and a member of the library staff will be in touch to arrange a time for collection.
This service is generally operational, though it may take slightly longer than usual at the moment to send books between campuses. Please speak to your local library if you wish to make a request, or use the appropriate Click and Collect or Postal Request form.
The latest details are available in the Book borrowing and study spaces guide. If you wish to return your books by post, you can return them free of charge by sending them to:
Freepost UHI LIBRARIES
Please note that Lews Castle and Inverness have separate Freepost addresses which can be found in the Book borrowing and study spaces guide.
There is no need to worry about late return fines - these are no longer in force. Any library fines accrued since December 1st 2019 will be waived and no new fines will accumulate. Please note that as of the 18th March 2020 no university partnership library will being be charging late fees, even after the Coronavirus crisis has passed.
Some of our libraries have book return boxes at the entrance to the building, some allow books to be returned to the library itself and some require you to post them back (often with Freepost label). Full details can be found on the Your Local Library page.
Need a quick question answered, or detailed help in finding resources for a research project? The librarians are here to help:
The libguides homepage has further guides on electronic resources, ebooks, referencing and much more.