About the Student Centre
The Student Centre is a friendly and sociable place for all students to study, relax and unwind.
Our library still makes up part of the Student Centre, but we also offer a much wider range of services and facilities in addition to this.
To become a member of the Student Centre please visit us on the mezzanine and speak to a member of the team.
Click the above link to start browsing the online library catalogue where you can find a selection of e-books and other e-resources. For help accessing these resources please read the instructions at the bottom of the page (How to access e-resources: e-books/ databases)
What can you expect to find in the Student Centre?
- A place for all City Lit students: space to work independently and in groups, socialise and unwind
Learning resources - you'll find some of our library collection in here (other resources are located throughout the building and can be requested at the help desk)
- A variety of seating areas – with space to study, read and relax. There are now 89 seats in the Student Centre - including 20 workstations with power and USB points for students to use their own laptops and tablets.
- Designated individual study area
- Individual workspaces
- Larger tables for group work and relaxing
- PCs and MACs that students can use for up to 2 hours a day (conditions apply)
- Books, e-resources and DVDs as well as printing and photocopying facilities (card payments only)
- Staff on hand Monday to Friday 12:00-16:00 to support you
- Specialist software for disabled students
- Information Advice and Guidance Service - our IAG team are based in the Student Centre and available Monday to Friday from 12:00-14:00
- Self-service enrolment desks where you can enrol yourself online- we will have staff available to help you enrol online Monday to Friday 12:00-16:00.
The Student Centre Enquiry Desk is staffed from:
Students can still work in the Student Centre and Library, self-issue books and use the IT facilities outside of staffed hours.
The computers are available during building opening times:
Information, Advice & Guidance (IAG)
IAG guidance will be available during Monday to Friday between 12:00-14:00 to help students with financial support. There will also be a self-service enrolment terminal available. We will be taking card payments only.
IAG and Enrolment Support for Deaf students
We run sessions with BSL interpreters to help Deaf students enrol and apply for financial support.
We hold a regular drop-in session every two weeks on Thursdays 15:00 to 17:00 (dates for the rest of this term are 24th of November and the 8th and 22nd of December)
If you are Deaf and cannot come to any of these sessions, please email email@example.com to arrange an individual appointment (the times and dates we can offer will depend on staff and interpreter availability, but we will do our best to arrange a time suitable for you)
We are asking students who still hold books to return them in term 1, and we won’t issue fines during this period.
Renewal requests can be made in person or by email/phone.
Students can also renew their loans online at http://heritage.citylit.ac.uk/heritage
- Login with your Student Number and Password (default password is your date of birth in this format: 09jan1945).
- Click on loans total.
- Tick box next to item/s you want to renew.
- Click “Renew” button (at top of loans list)
Still have questions? Contact us:
Library and resources queries: firstname.lastname@example.org
Financial support: email@example.com