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From 8 March, all Accessible Study Rooms and PG Hub Accessible Study Room will open within core hours.

  • Students must book in advance and on arrival to the Library, please check in with a member of staff at the Welcome Point
  • Cleaning materials will be provided within the rooms, which should be used on all surfaces you come in contact with before and after using the spaces
  • If on arrival to the Library there is a queue outside due to maximum occupancy, please speak to a member of staff at the door to advise you have a room booked
  • The rooms are for single user study, with the exception of support staff if required. If you require any assistance in cleaning the spaces please ask a member of staff
  • Please feel free to use dictation software in all rooms across all floors. Study rooms 309, 405 and 505 are situated on quiet floors so you may prefer to use 114 or 214, if available
  • Please contact library at warwick dot ac dot uk if you require any further support

All rooms have as standard a computer, an adjustable table and chair, a lamp, whiteboards and automatic doors.

  Separate booking rights for Sensory Study Room. Please see individual room details below.


Accessible Study Room 114

A study room located on floor 1.

  • The computer is loaded with Audio Notetaker, Dragon NS, Essay Writer, Inspiration, Jaws, Mindjet MindManager and Read&Write Gold
  • Fully dimmable LED lighting

 360 view

 Book here


Opening times

Mon-Sun: 09:00-midnight
(7 days a week)


Accessible Study Room 214

A study room located on floor 2.

  • The computer is loaded with Audio Notetaker, ClaroRead, Dragon NS, Inspiration, Kurzweil 1000, Mindjet MindManager and Read&Write Gold
  • Fully dimmable LED lighting

 360 view

Opening times

Mon-Sun: 09:00-22:00
(7 days a week)


Sensory Study Room 309

  • A study room located on floor 3
  • This room contains various lighting options such a LED light tube, galaxy star projector and a yoga mat
  • This computer is loaded with the Audio Notetaker, Dragon, Essay Writer, Inspiration, Kurzweil 1000, Mindjet MindManager, Read&Write Gold and ZoomText

 Warning! The LED strip lighting remote provides options for strobe and flashing lighting.

 Book here

 Give your feedback on this room.

A student sitting reading using the bubble light

Opening times

Mon-Sun: 09:00-22:00
(7 days a week)


Accessible Study Room 405

  • A study room located on floor 4
  • This computer is loaded with Audio Notetaker, Dragon NS, Essay Writer, Inspiration, Mindjet MindManager, Read&Write Gold and ZoomText

 Book here

Opening times

Mon-Sun: 09:00-22:00
(7 days a week)


Sensory Study Room 505

  • A study room located on floor 5
  • This room contains various lighting options including a bubble tube, LED strip lighting
  • Seating options include a rocking chair, soft seating, a wobble cushion and a yoga mat
  • This computer is loaded with Audio Notetaker, Read&Write Gold, Mindjet MindManager, Inspiration, Essay Writer and ZoomText

 Warning! The LED strip lighting remote provides options for strobe and flashing lighting.

 Book here

  Give your feedback on this room.

A student in accessible study room 505 using the computer and bubble lighting

Opening times

Mon-Sun: 09:00-22:00
(7 days a week)


Accessible Study Room LG2

  • A study room located in University House
  • This computer is loaded with Audio Notetaker, Inspiration, Essay Writer, Dragon NS, Mindjet MindManager and Read&Write Gold

 Book here

Opening times

Mon-Fri: 09:00-17:00
Sat-Sun: 13:00–18:00
(7 days a week)


Hub 7

A study room located in the PG Hub in Junction

  • The computer is loaded with Dragon NS, Mindjet MindManager and Read&Write Gold

 Book here

Opening times

Mon-Sun: 08:00-22:00
(7 days a week)


Please feedback any comments you have about our existing service for students with disabilities or learning differences. We are always interested to hear about equipment, assistive-software or services that may assist you with accessing the Library and its resources.

How to book

Booking an accessible study room - recording transcript

To book an accessible study room in the main Library, University House, Learning Grid 2 or the PG Hub, please use the booking link found on the Library website. Alternatively you can use the door controls outside each room for same day booking.

On the Library website click on Using the Library and then Accessibility.This will take you to a page listing the range of services and technologies available to customers with disabilities or learning differences. To proceed, click on Accessible Study rooms.

On this page, you will find a description of all our accessible study rooms. Select the room that is suitable to your needs and and click on Book here. At this stage you will need to enter your University Username and password.

When selecting Room type, a drop-down menu will display which rooms you are eligible to book. Select a specific date and press Continue.

You can check the details of the room by clicking on the Information symbol at the top of the booking table. Select a slot, click OK and then Confirm. You will then be taken to the confirmation page. Please note that no PIN number will be provided.

All you need to enter the room is your student card. The booking details will also be sent to your Warwick email address.

For same day booking, you can also book the rooms using the units outside each door. Just press the Booking availability button on the touch screen. The door unit will show the available slots in green, which you can then highlight using the touch screen.

To confirm, please scan your student card on the reader located underneath the timetable. If the room is available and you have booked the current slot, just scan your card. The door lock will then be released and you will be able to enter the room.

If you require any assistance, speak to a member of staff.

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