Learning Centres are here to support the research, teaching and learning of the students and staff of the University of Wolverhampton. However, if you are not a current member of the University you may still be able to use our Learning Centres.
If you wish to use the University Learning Centres for reference, research or other more general purposes, an appointment or advance notice is required. Please contact 01902 321333 or 0845 408 1631 or e mail email@example.com to arrange a visit.
All University Visitors are required to register at the building reception to get a Visitor Pass before coming to the Learning Centres. For visits to Harrison Learning Centre please report to The Ambika Paul Building Reception, and for visits to Walsall Learning Centre please report to the Performance Hub Reception.
Please be aware that access is discretionary and may be declined, particularly at busy periods and during term times.
Wolverhampton is a member of the SCONUL Access Scheme If you are studying at another institution and your university or college is a member of the scheme, you may be able to visit and use University of Wolverhampton Learning Centres. You will need to bring e mail confirmation and ID card from your home institution. Please contact 01902 321333 or 0845 408 1631 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange a visit.
University of Wolverhampton Student Campus Cards continue to be active for 90 days following the end date of your course. This enables you to keep using Learning Centres throughout that period.
Members of the public who wish to consult documents from the European Documentation Centre Collection (in Wolverhampton) may do so. An appointment should be made in advance. Please contact 01902 321333 or 0845 408 1631 or email email@example.com to arrange a visit.
Please note, Learning Centres do not provide public access PCs or access to the University’s WiFi network. The WiFi network is available to non-members of Wolverhampton University only via the Eduroam service for members of other HE institutions.
Visitors wishing to copy material held at University of Wolverhampton libraries are entitled to do so for private study and research of a non-commercial purpose. Copy cards are available for purchase.
May we advise you to check all arrangements before travelling.