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The four University Library spaces available across the University of Sunderland Campus in Sunderland have the widest range of study spaces and building opening hours but there are also informal areas in university cafes, faculty buildings and City Space where you can study individually or in groups. Most spaces with faculty buildings are open until 7pm during the week with City Space opening until 10pm. The opening hours of all University of Sunderland Campus buildings are available for University staff and students to view here: https://sunderlandac.sharepoint.com/sites/cs_EF/SitePages/Campus-buildings.aspx  

Here is a list highlighting some of the key facilities located in learning spaces across the University campus:

City Campus

Library@Murray (Level 1 of Murray Building)
190 study spaces (seats)
1 bookable room
48 borrowable laptops
30 fixed PCs with camera and two way sound (suitable for MS teams calls)
5 Macbook pro machines
2 enclosed rooms or pods (1 is bookable 1 is first come first served)
1 colour printer with photocopying and scanning functionality
2 screens for working alone or together in groups to practise presentations
Print collections
Opening hours

Library@Pasteur (Level 1 of Pasteur Building)
125 study spaces (seats)
12 bookable rooms
24 borrowable laptops
16 fixed PCs with camera and two way sound (suitable for MS teams calls)
16 enclosed rooms or pods (12 are bookable 4 are first come first served)
1 Library Study skills room available to use if no library skills sessions are taking place
1 black and white printer with photocopying and scanning functionality
10 screens for working alone or together in groups to practise presentations
Opening hours

There are also areas suitable to study together or in groups available in:
Your Space in City Space (lower floor as you walk into the building) open until 10pm most days a range of spaces including 2 x pods and bean bags are available 
University Cafes 

 

Sir Tom Cowie Campus at St. Peter’s

St. Peter’s Library (Prospect Building)
442 study spaces (seats)
1 bookable room
24 borrowable laptops
3 enclosed rooms or pods (1 is bookable within the library and 2 are first come first served and located in the Prospect social space area)
1 Library Study skills room available to use if no library skills sessions are taking place
120 fixed PCs - 40 with camera and two way sound (suitable for MS teams calls)
1 colour printer with photocopying and scanning functionality
2 x Macbook pro machines
4 x screens for working alone or together in groups to practise presentations
Print collections
Opening hours


Library@DavidGoldman (Level 3 of David Goldman Building)
142 study spaces (seats)
5 bookable rooms
36 borrowable laptops
12 enclosed rooms or pods (5 are bookable 7 are first come first served)
4 Library Study skills rooms available to use if no library skills sessions are taking place
14 fixed PCs with camera and two way sound (suitable for MS teams calls)
12 screens for working alone or together in groups to practise presentations
Print collections
Opening hours

There are areas suitable to study together or in groups available in:
Reg Vardy Centre
The Media Centre
University Cafes