At the heart of student life is the University’s Great Central Warehouse Library which provides access to more than 250,000 journals and 400,000 print and electronic books, as well as databases and specialist collections.
The library is open 24/7 for the majority of the academic year and expert staff are on hand to help you navigate resources and support you with academic writing, statistical analysis, and referencing. The library also provides a wide range of practical support for students’ learning development, offering drop-ins, workshops, and individual appointments.
The Library is committed to ensuring that all students and staff can make the best use of their services.
Library staff are happy to collect any books, and there is also the option to reserve items and collect from the reservations area.
The University provides a variety of assistive software which is available on Library computers and laptops, and there are also adjustable height tables with computer access and low level short-stay computers.
The University of Lincoln offers a range of opportunities for prospective students to visit us throughout the year, enabling you to find out more about the University, the courses we offer, and the city of Lincoln.
Our friendly staff and students can show you around our modern campus and facilities, and provide an insight into living and learning in Lincoln. Open Days provide the perfect opportunity for you and your family to explore our campus, speak to lecturers about specific courses, meet current students, and view our on-campus accommodation.
You can attend subject talks, meet academic tutors, and speak to our dedicated staff about the things that matter to you, whether that is the course, careers support, accommodation, the Students’ Union, or fees and funding.