We have a range of library facilities throughout our campuses – please use the links below or the left hand menu options to find out more information and opening hours.
Ambleside has a flexible learning space based in the adapted Charlotte Mason Building. It provides teaching and learning spaces, social and flexible areas, and learning resources with particular emphasis on outdoor studies and business and leadership. IT access, networked and wireless internet connection, video conferencing facilities and a wide range of flexi-rooms available for teaching, meeting, and study means the space is as flexible as possible.
The main library is located on the top floor of the Skiddaw building at Fusehill. Its holdings focus on health, education and the social science and include a law library and a large teaching practice collection.
Brand new facility located in the main building to the right of the entrance. Books can be collected and returned here, study space and wireless access are available and there is a staffed LiSS information point.
Located next to The Keep, the library has fantastic views across the city. It has a diverse collection of over 160,000 items covering most subject areas.
The University of Cumbria has a flexible learning environment based within the Energus building at Lillyhall, Workington, West Cumbria. The area is staffed within core opening hours but can be accessed at any time with your Cumbria card. The facility has wireless study areas, laptop loan, flexible space which can be used for study, meetings or learning.
If you are a University of Cumbria student or member of staff based at our London site, you can request books and journal articles from the University library.
Winner of the New Build category in the annual Eden District Council Design Awards 2005 for its innovative design, the library has a number of environmental features including a sedum roof, low energy lighting and recycled rain water.
The new University Centre at Furness College provides state of the art facilities for all university students in the Furness area. As well as teaching space the centre provides flexible study space, computing facilities and a core collection of library books.