The University of Warwick’s Student Union (SU) has announced that following Monday, 26 April, study spaces in the Leamington Learning Grid, the University House Learning Grid, and seminar rooms will reopen for student study use.
Currently the library, roots learning grid, roots flexi grid, biomed grid, roots panorama room, and the oculus are open as socially distanced study spaces.
Both junction halls have also opened for study usage.
This announcement comes after the University of Warwick released the official summer exam timetable for all undergraduate courses.
In a post on the Warwick SU community Facebook page, Luke Mepham has also encouraged students to contact a student experience ambassador or a member of the library team with any questions about the availability of study spaces on campus.
In addition to the reopening of off-campus study spaces, restaurants on-campus, including Curiositea and The Dirty Duck will be re-opening on Monday, 26 April and Wednesday, 28 April respectively for outdoor drinks.