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Campus facilities

Last reviewed: 9am, 26 February 2021

To ensure your safety, we’re making some changes to how our facilities work.

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Campus access

Campus is open, with access to bookable study spaces, libraries, on-campus support, teaching spaces and specialist facilities. 

While we are in a national lockdown, please only come on to campus if: 

  • you have scheduled activity,
  • you can’t easily or safely study where you live, or
  • you need access to resources or support which you can’t get online.

Accessing study space

You will need to book study spaces in advance. There are two booking systems: one for the libraries, and one for other buildings.

Safety on campus

When on campus, please follow government guidance to keep safe. Wear a face covering if applicable, wash your hands regularly, avoid contact and maintain two metres social distance. Those attending campus are permitted to meet in groups of more than your household as part of your formal education or training.

We have a wide range of safety measures in place to help us all keep our campus and our community safe during the pandemic.

Asymptomatic testing

Your first visit back to campus should be to get a Covid test. Before you resume activity on campus you need to take two tests, three days apart.

After your initial tests, you should keep taking regular tests every three or four days. It’s really important for the benefit of everyone on campus, students and staff.

You can book your tests now – everything you need to know is on our Covid-19 testing page.

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Libraries

Adsetts and Collegiate Library buildings are open 24 hours a day, 365 days of the year. Make sure you book your socially distanced study space via MyPC.

There will be no direct access to the bookshelves. Our Click and Collect service will continue to provide you with print resources.

Access 24 hour specialist library support via Chat.

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Food and drink

Robert Winston deli at Collegiate Campus and Hallam Central café at City Campus are open for take-away service, from 8am to 3pm Monday to Friday.

Vending machines around campus are also still available.

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Physical activity and sport

Pearson gym is now closed, in accordance with government guidance.

For more information, refer to the sports FAQ page, or contact the team at sport@shu.ac.uk or call us on 0114 225 3000.

Help with staying fit

Our physical activity and wellbeing teams have a range of guidance and resources to help you exercise while our facilities are closed. 

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Hallam Help

Hallam Help is your first line support service. You can access support via Live Chat, FAQs, or by booking an online session with an adviser.

The Library buildings have face-to-face help points. Book your appointment online.

Read more about student support.

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Print Shop

The University Print Shop will provide a reduced service on-campus and introduce a mailing to home service if you need any print materials.

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Nursery

The University Nursery will remain open in accordance with government guidelines.

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SHUcard

SHUcard applications are now made within the enrolment process, and you will need to upload your photo online. 

If you need a replacement card, you can apply through the SHU Store. Completed cards will be posted out to the address you provide for enrolment. It’s really important you update your address details so we have an accurate record.

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