All new students are automatically registered with the Library. For those starting in September there is no need to visit the Help Desk, you can start borrowing at the self issue kiosks whenever you are ready. If you do encounter a problem then please speak to a member of Library staff.
All new members of staff can join the Library. Just visit the Help Desk with your University ID and a copy of your contract of employment and we'll get your account up and running in no time.
Your University ID card which also allows you to access the Library turnstiles is also your Library card. If you ever receive a replacement Brunel ID card, then please let us know as we will need to update your record.
We offer a variety of study environments, in zones that are largely set by floor:
Quiet Study Floors 0, 1 and 2 of the Library, and the Law Library on Floor 3, are designated for Quiet study - some level of quiet discussion is acceptable. You may work in groups, particularly on Floor 0 and the Learning Commons area of Level 1, however please be considerate of other library users.
Silent Study Floor 3 is designated for Silent study. Please ensure laptops, phones etc are switched to mute, and leave the area before answering calls. Only individual study is permitted in these areas.
Group Study rooms Floors 1, 2 and 3 have bookable group study spaces available. You can view and book group study rooms via the link: Booking rooms and resources | Brunel University London
We aim to provide a pleasant and safe environment for everyone using the Library, whether a Brunel student, member of staff, or external visitor, and to this end we have a Code of Conduct, as follows:
This code is in addition to the Library Rules, which apply to everyone using the Library.
If you would like to work together on a project or to prepare a presentation, there are bookable group study rooms on Floors 1, 2 and 3, including two rooms which seat up to 10 people. Follow the link below to make a booking and for more information on using the rooms. Please note these rooms are heavily used by groups throughout the year, are not for single person study and should be booked in advance where possible.