The Peter Marsh Library is located on the main University campus. Access to the Library is via the Chancellor's Mall during staffed opening hours. If arriving outside of staffed hours, please enter the Library via the Eagle Tower entrance (next to the Eagle Bistro).
During staffed opening times please enter the Library via the Main Entrance (off the SLZ) and exit via Library Entrance 2.
During evenings and weekends, please use Library Entrance 2 for both entry and exit.
You can explore parts of the Peter Marsh Library on the University of Bolton Campus Interactive Map.
The following study space is available at the Peter Marsh Library:
A range of Bookable Study Spaces are available including our new Study Pods!
The different study zones in the Peter Marsh Library are clearly signposted. Please be respectful of your fellow library users and choose the right study space for your needs.
If you need to take a phone call, please move to the Group Study Zone, SLZ or exit the Library.
Students looking to participate verbally in online lectures are best using the Group Study Zone or SLZ. If just watching a video lecture you can do this in any area of the Library as long as you are using headphones and the volume is not disturbing other library users. You can borrow a headset from the Library Helpdesk.
Our new individual Study Pods are also a good location for video calls and lectures.
Drinks in containers with lids are permitted in all areas of the Library.
Are you being disturbed by inconsiderate library users? You can report a disturbance via our Text-A-Talker service.
Text NOISE followed by the location you wish to report to 07704 927491. A member of Library staff will attend as soon as possible.
The Law Library is suitable for individual quiet study and has a range of desks and PCs. Book stock between the range of 340-349 is located in the Law Library.
The following study space is available at the Queen's Library
A helpdesk service is available at Queen's on weekday mornings (term time only). Self-service facilities are available for borrowing books outside of these times. You can get help and support from the Library online, by phone and by email.