The Library is open to members of the University of Surrey, visitors and alumni, with no need to book a seat in advance of your visit.
We have partnered with AccessAble to develop accessible library guides to help you get to and around our buildings more easily.
Under 16s may only visit the Library if accompanied by a parent, guardian, or adult otherwise authorised as a primary carer.
We have floor plans for all five levels of the Library building explaining the available facilities.
How to get here
The University of Surrey Library is based at our Stag Hill campus in Guildford. You can get to us by train or car, find out more about travelling to the University.
Resources for visitors
Visitors have access to all hard copy resources within the Library. Please use SurreySearch to see what we have available in the Library.
You are welcome to use our individual and group study areas.
There are toilets on every level, with disabled toilets on the ground floor, and levels one and two. Every floor is accessible by lift.
- Ground level: Archives & Special Collections Research Room, TV studio, accessible toilets.
- Level 1: Support desk, Learning Development, Disability and Neurodiversity, training rooms (Shepard and Bellairs), group study areas, silent study room, group study rooms one to four and consultation rooms.
- Level 2: Books - shelfmarks 620 - 999, CDs, DVDs, language resource collection, open study space, silent study rooms, group study rooms five and six.
- Level 3: Individual study space, silent study room.
- Level 4: Books - shelfmarks 350 - 619, group study rooms seven to eleven, group study area.
- Level 5: Books - shelfmarks 001 - 349, law reports and journals, Doctoral College, individual study space and silent study rooms.