Bond University has two libraries, the Main Library and the Law Library. Bond students are welcome to use both libraries, regardless of what you are studying.
Opening hours vary throughout the semester, so a good tip is to check the Opening hours page on the website. During semester break and in Orientation Week, for example, the libraries will usually be opened reduced hours, and then during the peak study times towards the end of semester the library will often have extended opening hours.
One space that is usually open 24 hours a day is the Multimedia Learning Centre, or MLC. The MLC is an unstaffed study area that contains many study spaces, computers and other technology to help you study and learn.
Click on the links below to find out more about each location, its resources and facilities.
Bond University Library provides a variety of study spaces across the Main and Law Libraries and the Multimedia Learning Centre to suit different learning styles and needs. Computer workstations, casual lounge areas, silent study zones, booths, individual study spaces and bookable study rooms are available.
See the Study areas & booking page on the Library website for more information.
Some study rooms and spaces are bookable. Watch the video below to see how to book a space, or check out the Library's Group Study Room FAQs to find out about the bookable study spaces.
Printing and photocopying facilities are available in selected locations across the campus. The first thing you will need to do before you can use the printers is associate your student ID card with the printing system.
To get started, you must first activate your Bond IT account, then:
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