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Information for Library Users

Visitors

The Library building is now open for Roehampton students, alumni and staff only. Please note, we will be unable to process any external membership applications during this period (but the information about the membership process will remain on this page). To find out more, please see our Library Building is Open information page. 

General visitors 

Our library is access-only, so to access the library you must have a membership card. 

If you’re not a Roehampton student or staff member, we have several membership schemes you can sign up for – including our free community membership. Visitors need to be 18 years of age or older, and cannot get in to the library after 9.00pm. 

Please note, that WI-FI access is not available in any of our membership schemes, although if you are a SCONUL library member and your institution is signed up to use eduroam, you can access the WI-FI via eduroam and your logins from your home university. For more guidance on this, see our eduroam page.

For more information on our memberships and how to apply, please visit our Visitors to the Library and Collaborative Partners page. 

> Please note for all visitors to the library - our privacy policy shows you how your data is used; by visiting the library you're confirming that you have read and agreed to these terms.

Visitors with staff 

If you are a member of staff at Roehampton and have guests that you’d like to bring into the Library, please contact us.

Visiting scholars

If you are a visiting scholar, please see our Visiting Scholars guide for information on how to gain access to Library resources.

Visitors supporting a Roehampton student’s studies 

If you are planning to visit the library to support a Roehampton student’s studies, please contact us.

Partnership students 

If you study with us through a partnership organisation, or are based at the Holborn campus, please see the ‘Partnership’ tab at the top of this box.

Access Guides

The University of Roehampton are working with AccessAble to provide detailed Access Guides to the buildings, services, accommodation and rooms accross the four different colleges. 

Please see the Access Guide for the Library