As a student at Heythrop College you will have access to a wide range of Library and Learning Technology services to help you get ahead in your studies. This includes access to the College Library.
Opening hours to suit your study needs.
The Library will be closed on bank holiday Monday 29th May.
|Monday to Thursday||9.30am - 11.00pm||9.30am - 5.30pm|
|Friday||9.30am - 7.00pm||9.30am - 5.30pm|
|Saturday||10.00am - 5.00pm||Closed|
|Sunday||2.00pm - 9.00pm||Closed|
* Check term and vacation dates here.
Our library resources
Heythrop Library is an amazing resource. It is on two sites – Philosophy in the main building, and Theology, Social Sciences, Language and Literature in a separate building on the campus.
The library dates back to the founding of the College in 1614. It has some 180,000 volumes in its collections, and is one of the finest libraries of theological and philosophical books in the UK. Our students benefit from generous library provision, with one of the highest ratios of books to students in the country.
As a University of London student you will also have access to the University Library at Senate House in Bloomsbury. This gives you access to a large multi-subject collection and a wide range of electronic resources, mostly accessible off site.
Our study resources
Computers and photocopiers are available for student use in the libraries as well as elsewhere around the campus. Heythrop has two dedicated computer suites as well as student computers in both library buildings. The College has one of the highest computer to student ratios in the country. Wireless access is available throughout the College. Increasing use is made of web-based resources and especially the College's virtual learning environment (VLE), HELIOS. This is the primary tool for communication between staff and students. The VLE is also used for delivering learning resources and promoting learning forums. Students are also provided with a Heythrop email address which they can retain for life.
When you enrol at the College, you automatically become a member of the Library. Your Heythrop ID card is your Library card and lets you access and borrow from the library. Please bring it with you whenever you use the facilities. For information on using the Library during your time at Heythrop, please visit the Library and Learning Resource pages of HELIOS.
Useful Library links
Search Senate House Libraries Eresources
Contact the Library
Philosophy Library: 020 7795 4250 / Theology Library: 020 7795 4254