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Study spaces at Mathematical Sciences and Computer Science Building

The Mathematical Sciences and Computer Science building has a number of study spaces available to all Durham University students.

Individual study spaces are available in the following areas:

  • along the central 'street' communal areas
  • within computer classrooms MCS1007, MCS2094, MCS3097 and MCS3098

Please only use these designated areas to study. Additional pop-up library study spaces are also available during Easter term.

Not all study spaces have access to power - if you intend to work on a laptop, please make sure it is fully charged before you visit. The University Wi-Fi network is available to users in the building and outside.  

The space will be monitored regularly throughout the day by building staff.

Visiting Mathematical Sciences and Computer Science building

  • Enter the building through the automatic door at the main entrance. 
  • Make sure you have your campus card with you, in case you are asked for ID or evidence that you are a Durham University student, along with your booking confirmation.

You are able to bring food and lidded drinks into the building, and there is a cafe available on the ground floor.

Please note, this is a self-service area – should you have any queries whilst you are there, you can contact the Library through our live chat service.

Mathematical Sciences and Computer Science building in Durham

Opening times

Monday-Friday between 8am-6pm


Mathematical Sciences and Computer Science Building
Durham University
Upper Mountjoy Campus
Stockton Road

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