The Library is now open in the David Hockney Building.
For students wanting to borrow items from the Library we recommend using our Request and Collect service, this allows you to request items before you come into the Library. You are still welcome to come in to browse the shelves.
On a Friday, when the College is closed, Library Services are delivering support online and by email.
Library staff can provide help with:
- print and e-books
- print journals and e-journals
- online databases
- other online resources such as Study Skills
If you are off-campus, have your College username and password ready.
Library staff are available Monday to Friday, 9am to 5pm:
- Follow @BradfordCollLib on Twitter for library news
- For a full list of ways to get in touch, click here: https://library.bradfordcollege.ac.uk/contactus
Term time opening hours (subject to covid-19 restrictions)
Monday – Thursday 9.00am to 7.00pm
Friday – online support 8.30am to 5.00pm
Library closure over half-term.
With Bradford College Buildings being closed during half-term there will be no access to the Library at the David Hockney Building. All borrowed items have extended due dates to reflect this closure.
Support is still available via library online library.bradfordcollege.ac.uk
Speak to a subject librarian
Need help with your assignment?
Why not book a slot with one of our Academic Liaison Librarians. You can see their details on the Library website.
Academic Liaison Librarians can help you find a book or article, access an electronic resource, or learn how to reference correctly.
You can book a one to one session by email, telephone in person or via Microsoft Teams.
Library Services Customer Charter
We will work to ensure that all our customers can benefit from the Library’s collections, services and expertise, by improving access and creating a welcoming environment, both onsite and online.
You can expect:
- excellent customer service from a friendly and knowledgeable staff
- equality of access to our services, resources and facilities
- a quality learning environment, conducive to study and research
- relevant, current and high-quality printed and electronic resources to support your study and research
- a professional enquiry service to help you use the library effectively
- your comments and complaints to be dealt with promptly and in confidence
- your feedback and ideas to be used to develop and review our services
We expect you to:
- make the most of the library resources and services
- give us feedback about the service so we can continually improve
- show consideration to other library users and staff
- take responsibility for items that you borrow or use in the library