Sconul Access is a co-operative venture between higher education libraries in the UK and Ireland. It is a reciprocal scheme which enables students and staff to have borrowing rights or reference access at participating libraries.
Who is eligible to join?
|Staff and research students||Band A||Borrowing entitlement*|
|Part-time, distance learning & placement students||Band B||Borrowing entitlement*|
|Full-time taught postgraduate students||Band C||Borrowing entitlement*|
|Full-time undergraduate students||Band R||
Please note that of the University students studying in partner institutions only those in Partner College Network*or Lifelong Learning Sector (LLS) College Network institutions or the Royal School of Military Engineering are eligible to join the scheme.
Step 1: Applying for membership of the scheme
Step 2: Visiting other Sconul Access libraries
Important notice: as we are moving over to a new library management system, we will not be able to register new Sconul Access applicants between Saturday 22nd July and Tuesday 1st August (inclusive). We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause.
Services to students with existing University of Greenwich library memberships will be unaffected.
Our summer vacation runs from 24th June to 18th September 2017. Throughout this period, students will only need to show a valid university ID card to access our libraries at the University of Greenwich.
Information for students and staff visiting the University of Greenwich
You will need to join the Sconul Access scheme to access our libraries at the University of Greenwich. You can apply for membership of the scheme online at the Sconul Access website.
Once your membership of the scheme has been approved, please bring the following items with you to register at one of our libraries:
* If your student ID card does not display a photo, you will need to bring official photo ID in addition (e.g. a passport or driver's licence).
Please note that we can only register new users during our office hours:
Once registration is complete, a University of Greenwich access card will be sent to you within three working days.
For information on the Drill Hall Library and its services please visit the Drill Hall website
If you have any queries about the day to day operation of the scheme, please contact the University of Greenwich representative, Oliver Witkin:
Tel: 020 8331 9651
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