Information for Visitors
Welcome to the Bangor University Library and Archives Service
Due to current university campus restrictions, we are unable to allow external users access to our libraries and collections at this time.
We look forward to welcoming you back when we are able to, please check our webpages and social media, for any changes to this situation.
Bangor University has four open access libraries, covering a wide range of topics.
Anyone can visit us during our staffed service hours and browse our collections on a reference basis without charge. It is a good idea to check our library catalogue prior to your visit so that you know in which branch an item is located.
If you want to borrow from our collections you can apply to join free of charge through local or national reciprocal borrowing schemes such as Linc Y Gogledd or Sconul Access. Please read our borrowing webpages for further information.
Visitors can also access a range of onsite library facilities such as on campus access to some E-Resources , microfilm viewing equipment and photocopiers (charges apply). We are happy to receive enquries via email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Our Archives and Special Collections hold many unique manuscripts, printed material and rare books. Once registered with the Archives, our collections are open to the public and can be consulted in the Archives reading room. Please see the Archives and Special Collections webpages for more details.
Please note: Any children under 16 must be accompanied and supervised at all times by a responsible and capable adult. Bangor University Library cannot be held responsible for any injury sustained while on its premises. All users must adhere to the Library Service Acceptable Use Policy.