Forum Library has extended its opening hours in the upcoming self-study and exam weeks. On weekday evenings you can study until 11 pm and at the weekends you can study from 9 am until 7 pm. This year, we’re continuing the Study and Relax tradition with some fun stress-relieving activities!
Extended opening hours
|Sat 9 - Sun 10 Oct||9 am - 7 pm|
|Mon 11 - Thurs 14 Oct||8 am - 11 pm|
|Fri 15 Oct||8 am - 10 pm|
|Sat 16 - Sun 17 Oct||9 am - 7 pm|
|Mon 18 - Thurs 21 Oct||8 am - 11 pm|
|Fri 22 Oct||8 am - 10 pm|
There are both bookable and drop-in study spots available:
- You can find drop-in study spots on the 2nd and 3rd floor in the Forum Library. These places don’t need to be booked.
- The study places on the 4th floor are accessible only for students with a reservation. Students can book a place up to 24 hours in advance through TimeEdit.
Study and Relax
Indoor activities At the reading table in Forum Library, we've set up some fun activities around the theme Under the Sea. You can colour sea life drawings or do a jigsaw puzzle. There's a small selection of scientific books on sea life on display.
Outdoor activities You can borrow sports and outdoor game items at the lending desk in Forum Library. On offer are volleyball, football, a beachball set and rackets, kubb, frisbee, outdoor mikado and a circus diabolo.
Choose a fun activity for your study break and return refreshed and focused, ready to get back to your books!
Improve your study skills
WUR offers a lot of exam and revision support to help you perform at your best. See the links on the right-hand side.
Web chat for help
Is the Library too noisy? Is a printer not working? Is the Library too warm or too cold? Whatever the issue you can use the web chat on the library website to contact a staff member to solve the problem.