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Safety of your personal belongings

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Study Happy

Students! Check out Study Happy – our programme of events to introduce you to new people and activities and enhance your wellbeing.

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Your Library Online

Find out about the online courses we offer for all students.

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Did you know?

We run workshops and drop-in sessions that cover many areas of personal and academic development, including information research skills, Endnote and plagiarism.

Our Academic Support Librarians also offer 1:1 appointments.


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Archives exhibition

Warwick Life

The University of Warwick opened in 1965 to 450 undergraduates, who were accommodated in a handful of buildings surrounded by farmland. Over 50 years on, the student population has increased to over 25,000, and the campus has expanded beyond recognition.

‘Warwick Life’ the latest exhibition at the MRC looks at the origins of the University and how it has changed, with a wide range of photographs, maps and documents on display.


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For access to primary sources for social, political and economic history please contact the MRC


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