Places to study at Southend Campus

There are a mix of bookable spaces and drop-in areas for you to use.

View the list of private study spaces, with details of room location and opening times (.pdf).


Book a study space

The Forum - Learning Hub

Open study space

  • Room TF.2.53
  • 42 PCs on computer islands

Study pods

  • Rooms TF.2.54, TF.2.55, TF.2.56, TF.2.57, TF.2.58A, TF.2.58B
  • Six study pods each with an in-built PC, AV connections and projector

Share space

  • Room TF.2.59
  • 26 individual personal study spaces with desks
  • Four study pods each with an in-built PC, AV connections and projector

Reading/Quiet study space

  • Room TF.2.07 
  • Personal study spaces with desks in a quieter area of the floor
  • 44 PCs are also in this space

Media study spaces

Work on film, photos, publications, music and audio projects using Apple iMac computers and media editing software in sound-proofed booths.

  • Rooms TF.2.09A, TF.2.09B, TF.2.09C
  • Three individual media booths each equipped with an iMac

Study skills space

  • Room TF.2.08
  • Four personal study spaces on plectrum style tables

IT labs

Need to use a computer on campus? We have more than a 100 windows-based computers for you to use. Many labs stay open until late and the Learning Hub is open 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

Studios

If you're an East 15 student, you can book the studios for rehearsals out of hours by contacting the Rehearsal Studios and Theatre Administrator for the Cliftown Theatre studios or the Gateway Building Administrator for the Gateway Building studios.

PhD room

There's a PhD room located in the Gateway Building (GB.3.48/49), providing a space for quiet study with PCs, lockers and two white boards. This room does not need to be booked.

Using a study space

Before you enter a study space

Wash or sanitise hands before entering a study space. Follow all instructional signage and maintain social distance from others.

If you feel that your work area has not been cleaned, please call for assistance using the phone number displayed on the desk.

You should always follow the how to come onto our campuses guidelines and help reduce the risk of spreading COVID-19.

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Need help?

If you need any further help and advice, please contact or visit the Student Services Hub who will be happy to assist you.