Digital and Technology Services

Facilities and locations

How to find and access computer rooms on campus.



Important notice - access to PCs

We have now reopened some computer rooms on campuses with limited availability to meet University COVID-secure standards and social distancing guidelines.

Cleaning is a key part of COVID-19 control and everyone is asked to clean workstations, shared equipment and devices before and after use, including the desk, arm rests on chairs, keyboard and mouse and anything else you have touched.Do not spray liquids directly onto electrical and computer equipment.

User guidance for cleaning of shared workstations


What do computer rooms offer?

check_circle   PCs connected to the University’s data network

check_circle   Usually at least one multifunctional device (MFD) offering colour and mono printing, copying and scanning

check_circle   Wireless access and sometimes specialised equipment such as wide format printers and audio visual equipment

check_circle   Software applications and more specialist software in some School computer rooms

check_circle   Long opening hours with many computer rooms open 24/7



Computer rooms

check_circle   There will be fewer computer rooms available this year as some have been reconfigured as teaching spaces.

check_circle   Remaining computer rooms will be available for individual study, but with teaching timetables extended to account for social distancing, availability of spaces will be limited.

check_circle   Only PCs marked with green dots on the desks can be used. Maximum room capacity is displayed in each computer room; please do not exceed at any time. 


Available rooms
 Campus Building Room
City Hospital Clinical Sciences A38
Derby Hospital Medical School C8a
Derby Hospital Medical School C8b
Jubilee Campus Dearing A37
Jubilee Campus Exchange B4
Jubilee Campus Si Yuan A09
QMC Medical School A18
QMC Medical School A36
QMC Medical School C77
Sutton Bonington Main Building B05
Sutton Bonington Main Building B08
Sutton Bonington Main Building B09
Sutton Bonington Main Building B10
University Park Humanities A17
University Park Lenton Grove A17
University Park Life Sciences A81
University Park Trent Building LG25
University Park Trent Building LG27
University Park Trent Building A103
University Park Trent Building C70
University Park Trent Building C72

Rooms will not be publicly accessible when booked.

Check Web Timetables.



PCs in libraries - Click and Study

Individual study spaces with PCs are available in libraries. Students can book two three-hour slots per day. These spaces must be booked in advance using Click and Study:

Click and study



Additional study spaces

The University have made additional study spaces for the use of all students, use the link below for further details and locations:

Study spaces



Accessing computer rooms

check_circle   Open to all members of the University 

check_circle   Access outside core hours is by University Card only

check_circle   It is important that you do not allow unauthorised people to enter computer rooms (i.e. by holding the door open for them when you have used your card to gain access)

check_circle   You must be prepared to identify yourself (with your University Card) to Security staff if necessary



Virtual desktop

Alternatively, the Virtual Desktop service provides instant access 24/7 to a fully configured virtual University computer.


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