From Monday 14 June, University staff and students will again be able to drop in to use University Libraries for study space and to browse, borrow and return items.
You will no longer need to book a study space, and the booking system will be unavailable from Monday.
You can still use the click and collect service. All items requested through this service will be picked up from the hold shelf, next to the Library Service Desk in the Main Library. Collect your books and borrow using the self-service machine, anytime during the Library opening hours: 9am until 9pm, Monday to Sunday.
The scan and deliver service continues to be available as before.
When you visit any of the University Libraries, always remember to wear your face covering, bring your ID card, and use the hand sanitiser before and after browsing the bookshelves.
Items on this shelf are selected by the community at St Andrews. If you want to suggest a theme, or curate a collection, please get in touch email@example.com.
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If you have any questions or concerns, chat with Library staff from 9am to 5pm, Monday until Friday and then 11am to 4pm Saturday and Sunday.