Our campus libraries are open on limited opening hours. Please check our opening hours. Please read the university's latest Coronavirus updates.
All libraries have self-service machines. Most items can be issued on our self-service machines, but certain items (such as inter-library loans obtained via the document delivery service) will need to be collected and issued from the Library Welcome Desk.
They can do some, or all, of the following, depending upon the self-service machine you are using:
Full instructions are displayed on the machine’s screen.
You will need your Greenwich Gateway ID card.
If for any reason you are blocked from borrowing in a library, it could be because of any one of these things:
If you think that one of the above applies, then you should be able to solve the issue by paying your fines or returning some books. If you are unsure then please contact the library that you have borrowed from.
You can borrow an item for a minimum of 7 days or 4 weeks depending on its loan period. We clearly mark 7 day loan items with a yellow "7 Day Loan" sticker which is usually found on the item's spine (or as near to it as possible). If no "7 day loan" sticker is present, it is most likely to be a 4 week loan item. You can check your library account status and all return dates via LibrarySearch (My Account > Checkouts).
All items are renewed automatically unless another user reserves it in which case all copies are recalled and all users need to return their copy by the due date to avoid a late fine. Once the reservation(s) is met, all other copies will be renewed.
We will send loan reminders by email once a semester.
|Borrower||Maximum loans at any one time|
|University of Greenwich students and staff||We have increased the number of books that you can borrow from 20 to 40 items.|
|External users||5 (0 reservations)|