Q. What are the library opening hours?

Answer

Some campus libraries are open, offering limited services. The health of students and staff remains our priority and we have been making careful changes to reduce risks and help keep people safe. 

Our libraries are currently closed to Alumni, SCONUL users and the general public; access is only available to King's staff and students and NHS staff from our Partner Trusts.

We are continuing to develop our online services, and it is expected that you will be able to access what you need working remotely through our webpages, Library Guides, eresources and LibAnswers

We recognise that there are times when access to campus-based library space and books will still be required. In line with King’s Staying Safe on Campus Guidance, we are providing bookable timeslots for access to both study space and our physical collections.

All visits to the libraries will need to be pre-booked, please see How do I book to visit a library? for more information. 

Our libraries are open between Monday and Friday as follows:

 

Monday - Friday

Campus

Library

Borrowing

Study Spaces

Denmark Hill

IoPPN

See Reserve and Collect service

(Pickup location now at the WEC)

Closed for study spaces

See Coronavirus Update page

Weston Education Centre (WEC)

See Reserve and Collect service

10.30 – 13.45

14.15 – 17.30

Guy’s

New Hunt’s House

See Reserve and Collect service

10.30 – 13.45

14.15 – 17.30

16.30 – 19.30

Wills

N/A

Closed for study spaces

See Coronavirus Update page

St Thomas

St Thomas’ House

(Thursdays only)

11.00 – 13.00

14.00 – 16.00

09.30 – 12.30

13.00 – 16.00

16.30 – 19.30

Strand

The Maughan*

See Reserve and Collect service

Closed for study spaces

See Coronavirus Update page

Special Collections

Closed

See Special Collections pages

Archives

Closed

See Archives pages

Waterloo

Franklin-Wilkins

See Reserve and Collect service

10.30 – 13.45

14.15 – 17.30

pronounced ‘Mawn like Lawn’

Other study spaces provided by the university are available across all campuses, both formal (bookable) and in-formal (non-bookable). If you need to study on campus and library space is unavailable please see "Where can I study on campus?"

  • Last Updated Feb 19, 2021
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  • Answered By Pete Garner

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