The libraries of the University of Cambridge fall into three distinct categories. Besides the University Library and its four Dependent Libraries, there are over fifty libraries attached to faculties and departments and libraries in each of the colleges. The University Library, the Medical Library, the Squire Law Library and the Betty and Gordon Moore Library are open to all members of the University. Admission to the other libraries is usually more restricted; details are given on the libraries@cambridge web pages. Please also refer to the University Library website which details library facilities and opening hours. The University Library also provides sessions to introduce new readers to the library throughout the Michaelmas Term.
University Student Handbook
The University Student Handbook contains essential reference information about students’ legal obligations in respect of the Data Protection Act and the relevant provisions in Statutes and Ordinances with regard to discipline, student complaints etc.
The University of Cambridge Language Centre offers many facilities, including taught courses and self-access material in over 150 languages for independent learning. The Language Centre is free to members of the university upon production of your University Card.