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On campus services and outlets open

Exeter

Library and study spaces: On our Streatham Campus, the Forum and Devonshire House complex is open. This includes the Library and bookable Library study spaces.  Study spaces are also available at La Touche in Building: One.  Our Print Services is also open for any printing requirements on Tuesday, Thursday and Friday, (8.30am-3pm).  At St Luke’s, the Haighton Library is open and students can book study spaces at the Library, Giraffe House and Cross Keys.

Support services and wellbeing: On Streatham Campus, SID and the Here to Help desks remain open, and all Info Points and hubs are now open, both in-person and on the phone.  At St Luke's, SID will be opening on Tuesday 4 May.  Students can access My Career Zone and other services on our website, and use Handshake job search.  Our Wellbeing Services remain open and available.

Shops and cafes: For outlets open across the Streatham and St Luke's campuses, please see the Eat and Shop website.  Most catering and retail outlets have now reopened for takeaway food and drink items, with all Market Place shops open. Information about outlets, including online ordering and delivery, is up-to-date on our webpages.

Multifaith Chaplaincy:  Our Muslim prayer facilities are accessible in Reed Hall, Streatham Campus, and we are working to create a quiet room in the XFi building – more detail will be available in the next week. There are no Anglican services currently taking place at the Mary Harris Memorial Chapel or St Luke's Chapel, however both chapels remain open for individual prayer. There is a Quaker Chaplaincy presence at St Luke’s 10am-4pm on Wednesdays, and the Community Garden is re-opening under the Chaplaincy from 12-2pm. Individual sessions during this time can also be booked with the Quaker Chaplain.  The Jewish Chaplain and Exeter Jewish Community are holding a weekly Afternoon Tea and chat on Zoom, each Thursday at 4pm – all students and colleagues are welcome. Other Jewish online events and services are listed on the Chaplaincy website.  The Buddhist Chaplain is holding Exeter Meditation Circle sessions via Zoom on Monday evenings, 7-8.15pm, open to all.  Other Buddhist online events are listed on the Chaplaincy website.  The multifaith team is also planning to run the Connections Cafe again on Thursdays 11am-1pm, from 11 May - find out more online.

Sports facilities: Sports facilities are opening with a phased approach.  The gym at the Sports Park, Streatham Campus, as now reopened, with bookings for sessions opening the week before sessions take place.  The outdoor pool at Cornwall House is also now open - you must book to use this.  A sports activity programe has been available throughout spring break - view the timetable and book online.  The St Luke's Sports Centre remains closed until further notice.  Fitness classes will remain online until 17 May at the earliest.

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Penryn

Library and study spaces: The Penryn Campus Library is open Monday-Friday, 9am-9pm; Saturday-Sunday, 10am-6pm.  The Falmouth Campus Library is open Monday-Friday 10am-5pm; closed weekends.  You can book a study space on the Estates and Facilities Helpdesk webpage.   

From Monday 26 April and throughout the exam period, in addition to the bookable library spaces, Seminars C, D, E, and DDM will be available for University of Exeter students whishing to work in a quiet environment for revision, or to sit an onine exam, Monday-Friday, 9am-5pm.  These spaces are not bookable in advance.  Students whishing to work here are asked to respect that this is a designated quiet space, and to follow COVID-19 secure behaviours in these spaces, including wearing face coverings and scanning the QR code.

The SERFS, REEF and Stella Turk buildings are open for approved research activity, and study space is available in the ESI building.  

Support services and wellbeing: The Compass and Library Helpdesk is open weekdays 9am-9pm; Weekends 10am-6pm. Info@Penryn in the Peter Lanyon Building will be open 9am-5pm for in-person enquiries, online, and on telephone.  Students can access My Career Zone and some other services on the webages, and use Handshake job search.  Our Student Support (living and wellbeing) teams remain available to support your wellbeing,a nd the Penryn Welfare team is available in-person and online.

Shops and cafes: The Penryn Campus Shop is now open daily, and Koofi Cafe and the Stannary Deli are pen weekdays for takeaway only.  Opening times can be found online.

Multifaith Chaplaincy:  You can book face-to-face or video appointments, as well as walk and talk sessions via the Chaplaincy webpages.  The prayer room on the ground floor of the Multifaith Chaplaincy (Tremough Barton Cottage 8) is open Monday to Friday, 9am-5pm.  The space is availabe for students and staff to use for private prayer / meditation on a first come, first served basis.  Up to three people can use this room at any given time.  For more information, please email: chaplaincy@fxplus.ac.uk

Sports facilities: Sports facilities are opening with a phased approach.  The Penryn Sports Centre Gym has reopened and is taking bookings - check the website for opening times (fitness classes will  begin from 17 May).  The Multi-Use Games Arena (MUGA) is open - to book, contact the Sports Centre at sportscentre@fxplus.ac.uk or call 01326 370770.  Outdoor classes (HIIT, Boot Camp, Circuits, S&C), will take place between Monday 12 April and Sunday 16 May on the MGA - book via the online portal.

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