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Open access resources for Alumni.


Members of the University of Greenwich Alumni network are entitled to library access across all campuses. 

  • Reference only — free of charge. 

  • Borrower status — £50 per annum. 

Reference access at Avery Hill and Stockwell Street libraries: 

Reference-only access is free of charge. First apply to the Alumni office to get an Alumni Pass. To access Stockwell Street library, please show our Reception/Security staff your Alumni Pass and a photo ID. At Avery Hill library present these documents to our Library staff at the library helpdesk. 

Access to the Drill Hall library: 

Please refer to Membership schemes - Drill Hall Library ( 

Please note that if you require access at the Drill Hall, our Medway campus library, you will need to apply for library access at Stockwell Street or Avery Hill. On your first visit to the Drill Hall once you have received your card, please visit between 9-5 (or 11-5 at weekends) to get the card validated.

Borrowing rights at Avery Hill and Stockwell Street libraries: 

If you require borrowing rights (5 loans), please follow these steps: 

  1. Apply for your Alumni Pass, if you have not already received it. 

  1. Complete our online registration form

  1. Email your Alumni Pass and a high quality passport size photograph of yourself to


Due to the University’s licensing obligations, alumni can not currently use university computers or any electronic information products, other than online catalogues. 

Alumni can, however, access a range of open access resources for study, research and lifelong learning. 

To gain free Wi-Fi access please speak to library staff who will issue you with login credentials via eduroam Visitor Access. These credentials will be valid for 12 months from the date of creation. 

Visit the Alumni & Friends home page to explore more about your place in our global community of over 250,000 alumni, and the other ways they can support you in your graduate journey.