Visitors to the Library and collaborative partners
Visiting the University Library
Members of the community are welcome to use the Library. You can visit the Library on a day pass up to three times in an academic year. This gives you access to the Library for reference study purposes only. Visitors must be 18+ (underage children must be accompanied and supervised by a registered Roehampton student/staff member) to come into the library and are required to show their photo ID to Library staff at the Welcome Desk.
After 9pm access to the Library is restricted to registered students and staff.
If you are interested in using the library on a more regular basis, we offer membership through four key schemes:
|Bands A, B and C||Band R|
|Duration||1 Year||1 Year||Variable*||Variable*||6 Months|
|Borrow up to 5 books||✔||✔||✔||X||X|
|Access during 24 hour opening (until 9pm)||✔||✔||✔||X||X|
|Access to WIFI||X||X||✔
* As advised by your home institution, but no longer than the length of your course.
If you are a student/staff on a partnership course and need to visit the Library, please view access arrangements in the Collaborative Partners section below.
Please see our membership guide for more detailed information on each of these schemes.
How to apply
Please download and complete the application form, marking the correct membership you require. For SCONUL membership, please apply through SCONUL. You should make external membership payments through our online store
Please email your completed application to firstname.lastname@example.org along with a clear passport style photo. We aim to reply to applications within three business days of your request. Please note: due to increased demand at the start of the academic term for library cards it may take additional time for us to process your application.
All users must be 18+ to apply for membership.
Search the Library Catalogue to find books, ebooks, journals and other electronic and non print materials held in the University of Roehampton Library.
Archives and Special Collections
The Archives and Special Collections consist of rare books, original documents and artefacts which support various teaching and research areas of the University of Roehampton. The collections relate to Friedrich Froebel and the kindergarten, Froebel College, Children's Literature and the children's book author Richmal Crompton, Dance, and to a number of other areas including Religious Studies.
The Archives and Special Collections are open for use to all students, staff and external visitors.
Roehampton Digital Collection
The Roehampton Digital Collection contains a selection of digitised children's literature and books about Froebelian education.
For information about using the University of Roehampton library and online library for collaborative partners please see our LibGuides
General Library enquiries via email: email@example.com
Library Welcome Desk Phone: +44 20 8392 3770
Contact us on Library Chat(Monday-Friday 9-5pm)
Contact Archives: firstname.lastname@example.org Tel.: 020 8392 3323