As a UHI student or staff member, you can access other libraries within the scheme.
The borrowing arrangements, for example, the number of books you may borrow, are at the discretion of each individual university. There may be some restrictions on the types of materials you can borrow, such as books in high demand at that particular institute. You should also appreciate that local libraries, even academic ones, may not stock books or journals relevant to your area of study.
Note that licensing agreements usually restrict access to electronic databases to staff and students enrolled in that particular university or college.
Be prepared to abide by the rules of the library you wish to use, including any COVID restrictions and special measures. You will be responsible for any fines or replacement costs incurred.
Should you have any queries please contact your academic partner library for details.
*If your application is denied you will receive an email to notify you.
At the University of Edinburgh , we have been welcoming Bands A, B and C since November 15th. However, Band R will continue be unable to access until a date to be confirmed in January following the vacation.
We ask that all applicants email us at 'email@example.com' before visiting our libraries, and further instructions for booking a slot to collect a Visitor card are given through this route. Booking slots will be restricted in number over the Xmas period.
The University of Surrey Library will be suspending access to the Library for all Band R users during the upcoming revision and examination period, 4 – 28 January 2022 inclusive.
Library access for Band R members will resume from Saturday 29 January.
Access will be unaffected for Bands A, B and C.
During the Christmas vacation when University is closed, 23rd December 2021 to 3rd January 2022 (incl.) access to all bands of SCONUL members will be suspended. Normal access will resume on Tuesday 4th January 2022.