Book a Study Space
There is an optional booking system for BCU students and staff who would like to use Curzon or Mary Seacole Libraries.
How do I book?
Follow the link below to our space booking website and select the times which you would like to attend from the booking grid at the bottom of the page. Once you've clicked on the booking start time, scroll down to select an end time from the drop down list.
Can I book a space with friends?
There are limited group study spaces available at Curzon Library. Noise should be kept to a minimum within the library.
How long can I stay?
You can book an individual study room at Curzon and Mary Seacole Libraries for up to two hours at a time (maximum four bookings a week). All other spaces, including the Curzon group study rooms, can be booked for up to three hours at a time with no limit on the number of weekly bookings.
Study rooms for disabled users
At both Curzon and Mary Seacole Libraries, rooms are available for users who Student Affairs have identified as being in need of a secure and accessible space. You may bring your support worker with you to use the room.
Please note that bookings made online must be mediated by library staff and should be booked at least one day in advance.
Can I visit the library without booking?
Yes, space bookings are optional. Our study rooms are very popular and we advise booking these in advance.
Can I book a space at the School of Art and School of Jewellery Libraries?
These libraries are drop-in only. You don't need to book a study space.
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