A wide range of services are available to members of Middlesex University Library. Students are automatically registered as a member of the Library once they have enrolled.
You can use the facilities and resources available in the Library, with the exception of some of the hospital libraries. Your ID card acts as your library and access card. You must carry it at all times when you are on University premises.
The Library also provide various types of disability support. For further details, please visit our Library support for disabled students page.
On this page you can find the latest opening hours for all our libraries, along with the hours that our helpdesks are staffed. Don't forget that the opening hours differ between term time and vacations so it is always best to check before you visit.
To find out about the Library study environment, helpdesks, printing, photocopying and scanning, Wi-Fi access and the Eduroam service please see our page Using the Library.
Full details of what is available for loan and how to borrow items may be found on our Borrowing, Returning and Charges web page. You will also find details of your borrowing entitlements, how to manage your library account, guides on requesting and renewing items and details on library charges for items returned late.
The Distance Learning Library Support page contains details about the specific support for students studying off campus. Information can be found here about using this service, including how you register and how materials can be requested and sent to you.
Our Services for Visitors page gives full information about access for alumni, students from other institutions and Sconul access.
Visit our Library Maps page to view maps for each floor of the Sheppard Library.