The University campus has a wide range of facilities, from cafes and bars, to libraries, IT assistance and security services.
Please note, because of the ongoing situation surrounding Coronavirus (COVID-19) only essential services and activities are being delivered on campus. Please see our campus services updates webpage for regularly updated information.
Have a look at the buildings and rooms map to find out where to go for your lectures and seminars.
Cafes and food
Great Food at Leeds has a number of cafes and food outlets around campus. Their website has a map of all cafes and details of their opening hours.
There are several cashpoints on or near campus. Campus cashpoints are available at the Marjorie and Arnold Ziff Building and in the Leeds University Union Building. There are a few shops and a bank opposite the Parkinson Building on Blenheim Terrace which have cashpoints.
Print and Copy Bureau
If you have printing, copying or photography needs, then the University's Print and Copy Bureau can help. Their team can advise you on thesis printing and binding, coursework printing, and printing posters and flyers.
IT Service Desk
IT Service Desk helps students with everything from password problems to printing issues. During term time, they are open Monday-Friday with basic phone support 24/7 - see https://it.leeds.ac.uk/it?id=kb_article_view&sysparm_article=KB0012259
The University provides a first class, innovative and flexible learning environment for students in over 46 computer clusters..
Student Services Centre
If you need to pay fees, collect your student ID card, get information on student funding or collect any official documentation, then the staff at the Student Services Centre counter can help. They are open 9am-5pm Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday and 10am-5pm Wednesday.
The University's Security office is open 24 hours a day, all year round. Contact them for information or to report a crime on campus or in University halls of residence.
There are three on-campus library buildings offering a variety of study environments, with over 3,900 study spaces - from silent individual study to vibrant group work areas. The libraries have extensive computer facilities and are also wireless enabled for laptop use.
Leeds University Union
Leeds University Union represents over 30,000 students at the University. It provides opportunities, helps to create change and offers support. The Union's here to help you love your time at Leeds.