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Alumni Library Access

Unfortunately, due to current Covid-19 restrictions in place, the Library is unable to support Visitor and SCONUL access during this time.

We will update our webpages as soon as these restrictions change. You can find more information on our Road to Reopening the Library webpage or Contact Us for any other Library queries. 

 

As a University of Wolverhampton graduate, you can enjoy free life-long access to many of our services including:
Access to Learning Spaces

Alumni can visit any of our campus Libraries https://www.wlv.ac.uk/lib/info/libraries to use the study spaces on offer. Please see our Library Opening Hours for more information on when you can visit.

To arrange a visit:

Tel: 01902 321333 or 0845 408 1631 or email: library@wlv.ac.uk 

*a visitor pass will be issued to allow campus access

Access to Print Collections and Resources

As Alumni, you can pre-arrange to visit any University of Wolverhampton Library and browse our extensive print collections for reference use.

Access to Electronic Resources

A selection of online resources that are available for access can be found here: https://www.wlv.ac.uk/lib/resources/open-access-resources

Licence agreements restrict electronic collections to current staff and students in most cases but we are working towards opening up more online content to provide access to as many resources as we can.

Keep in touch

If you have any queries about using the service as Alumni, please get in touch with us via:

Chat

You can talk to us via ASSIST, our online chat service. 

Email

If you would like to contact us by email, please complete this Ask the Library enquiry form and you will receive a response within 2 working days.

Phone

Call us on 01902 32 1333 or 0845 408 1631 (UK local call rate) during our opening hours. Outside of our opening hours, you can leave a message on our answerphone and we will get back to you as soon as possible.

Social Media

Follow us on Instagram and Facebook to keep up with what's happening in the libraries.