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Library services for SWAN students

Kingston network login

When a SWAN student from Royal Holloway, University of London or St George's, University of London enrols onto a SWAN course, information will be sent by the home institution to Kingston University to create a record for that student on the Kingston student records system. Once this has been done, an email will be sent by Kingston to the student to give them their Kingston network username and tell them how to obtain their associated password. This Kingston network login information is the key to obtaining online access to Kingston resources.

Log in using your Kingston network username and password at https://go.kingston.ac.uk.

My Kingston

My Kingston is Kingston's student intranet and gives you a fast, easy way to find information and work online. My Kingston provides everything you need to know about student life at Kingston – from nightclubs to library services.

You can also access web-based Kingston University services from My Kingston including:

  • StudySpace (including Blackboard, the virtual learning environment);
  • OSIS – Online Student Information System; and
  • e-resources (exceptions may apply).

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Contact details

Learning resources centres

  • Knights Park:
    020 8417 4214
  • Kingston Hill:
    020 8417 5380
  • Penrhyn Road:
    020 8417 2101
  • Roehampton Vale:
    020 8417 4903

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Contact details

Learning resources centres

  • Knights Park:
    020 8417 4214
  • Kingston Hill:
    020 8417 5380
  • Penrhyn Road:
    020 8417 2101
  • Roehampton Vale:
    020 8417 4903

Find us on our social media channels:

    Instagram

Contact details

Learning resources centres

  • Knights Park:
    020 8417 4214
  • Kingston Hill:
    020 8417 5380
  • Penrhyn Road:
    020 8417 2101
  • Roehampton Vale:
    020 8417 4903

Find us on our social media channels:

    Instagram

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