Members of the public are welcome to visit our library buildings and use our cafes. However to help us manage capacity in our library buildings we have certain restrictions regarding the use of our study spaces.
During select key times of the year only Kingston University staff and students along with invited guests are allowed into our Library buildings to use study spaces in our libraries.
Visitors are still welcome to use our cafes and have a look around but are not allowed to use our study spaces. During these select key times we may also restrict the number of entrances used to access our library buildings.
At other times of the year, there will be limited availability of library study spaces to members of the public (over the age of 16). These study spaces are in designated areas of the library and must be booked on the day using our new booking system.
Kingston University students and staff and invited guests are not required to book study spaces.
**Please remember to speak to a member of the Reception or Information Centre Team upon entering our library buildings.**
The library houses Kingston University's archives and special collections, which include several Iris Murdoch collections, theatre collections such as the Sheridan Morley and Sondheim Society archives, and the Vane Ivanovic Library and Archive.
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Kingston University provides wireless internet access to visitors. For more details, see our Information and Technology Services WiFi page.
Teachers wishing to enquire about a school or college visit to the University should email firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also find out more about University outreach activities for schools and colleges.