Answered By: Kirstin Himsworth
Last Updated: Mar 19, 2017     Views: 58

The Marjorie Robinson Library Rooms are open to all staff and registered students of Newcastle University.

Under a local reciprocal agreement, staff/students at Northumbria, Durham, Sunderland and Teesside can use the Library Rooms and under the SCONUL Access Scheme for all participating university libraries. See below for further information:

Who

 

When

What identification

Newcastle University students

At any time

Newcastle University smartcard

Newcastle University staff

At any time

Newcastle University smartcard

 

Northumbria, Sunderland, Durham, Teesside students/staff

During staffed hours. Outside staffed hours, there is no access to the building except by NU smartcard.

Own University smartcard

SCONUL Access Scheme

Staff and Postgraduate students

At any time

Newcastle University smartcard OR SCONUL Access Scheme acceptance email

SCONUL Access Scheme

Undergraduate students

At any time

SCONUL Access Scheme acceptance email

All Other University Research Postgraduates

At any time

Own University smartcard

All Other University staff, taught postgraduates and undergraduates

Weekends and vacation only

Own University smartcard

NHS staff

At any time

Newcastle University smartcard

Newcastle Graduates (Alumni)

At any time

Newcastle University smartcard

 

Access to the Marjorie Robinson Library Rooms is by smartcard only.

Staff and students from other Universities can use their own Library smartcard or if they are visiting under the SCONUL Access Scheme they will have an acceptance email from their own University.

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