Library to welcome Undergraduate Applicants as they visit the University

The campus at Old Aberdeen will be busier than normal this Wednesday and next, as prospective new students visit the University for two different undergraduate Applicant Days. The Arts and Social Sciences Day takes place on Wednesday 16th March and the Science and Engineering Day will be on the following Wednesday, the 23rd .

The Sir Duncan Rice Library (TSDRL) is one of the venues on campus that will be warmly welcoming potential students through its doors. For those of you who currently use the TSDRL I’m sure you can understand why they might want to come in and have a look around our stunning library, and also to see the wonderful views of the sea, the campus and the wider city.

So, please understand that the TSDRL will be a bit busier than usual on March 16th and 23rd as people come in to have a look around. It is an important time in the University’s calendar and as the library is an integral part of the University experience people will want to visit.

We will do all we can to keep any disturbance to a minimum, by restricting any formal tours to the ground floor and floor 7 only. So, to our current students, and staff, who use the TSDRL we thank you in advance for your understanding and patience while these important events take place.

And to prospective students we look forward to meeting you and telling you all about the great Library Service available here at the University of Aberdeen. Feel free to come with lots of questions about our service, and remember, there are no stupid questions!

Further information on the Applicants Days is available here.

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