For further information for postgraduate research students please see the Graduate School.
These pages provide information, documentation and access to useful forms for current students within the College of Science and Engineering.
We welcome your feedback on any additional content which you would find helpful on this site.
Bookable rooms in the Library
The Library is now able to offer a bookable system for the Clyde and Kelvin lecture space on level 2 for staff and students (additional bookable rooms for undergraduate and postgraduate students are also available).
Staff and students can access the booking system via:
MyGlasgow staff portal https://sharepoint.gla.ac.uk/staff/myglasgow/Pages/MyGlasgow.aspx left hand 'Services' menu - select Appointments Booking System
MyGlasgow student portal https://sharepoint.gla.ac.uk/students/myglasgow/Pages/MyGlasgow.aspx blue box at right hand side, bottom page - select Appointments Booking System
Or from the group study room page: http://www.gla.ac.uk/services/library/usingthelibrary/informationforstudents/groupstudy/
Staff and students can self-book one 2-hour period per day, up to a fortnight in advance.
Staff wishing to book the theatres for periods of more than 2 hours (for example, for longer teaching sessions or events) or further in advance of 2 weeks, can do so by contacting Library Services via the Get Help link: http://www.gla.ac.uk/services/library/contact/helpform/ and selecting 'Other'; or by email email@example.com .
Health and Safety
Safety within the College of Science & Engineering is the responsibility of each and every individual staff, student and visitor. Successful management of health and safety can only be effectively achieved through the concerted effort and active participation of everyone.
For University policy information and guidance, please visit Health, Safety & Wellbeing.
Emergency and Crisis Support - Campus Security
Dial extension 4444, or (0141) 330 4444 if calling externally, (Garscube: 2222) and you will be put in touch with the Security Office. Emergency assistance may be obtained at any time of the day or night.
Tell the Security Office which emergency service you want (Police, Fire or Ambulance) and give the following information:
- the location from which you are telephoning;
- the type of emergency and the type of assistance required; and
- the place where the assistance is required.
If you find a fire:
- Raise the alarm: set off a fire alarm; or shout "FIRE!"
- If it's safe for you to do so, phone the Fire Brigade by calling ext. 4444: say where the fire is and give your name and phone number
- Always follow your local fire safety regulations.
Please familiarise yourself with the First Aiders in your local area. Details of First Aiders are displayed prominently around your School/College Office. If you think it's beyond First Aid call an ambulance via ext. 4444.