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The collections support the Education, Medicine and Sports Science discipline which are based on the St Luke's campus.

Floor Guide

Second Floor

No books

Study Space Only

1st Floor


Arts, Music & Recreation 700 – 799

Literature 800 - 899

History & Geography 900 - 999

Ground Floor


Computer Science 000 - 099 Philosophy & Psychology

100 - 199 Religion & Theology

200 - 299 Social Sciences & Education

300 – 399 Languages & Linguistics

400 – 499 Sciences & Mathematics

500 – 599 Medicine & Technology

600 – 699 School based work

Journals & Pamphlets

000 - 999 Journals

000 – 999 Pamphlets 000 - 999

St Luke's Library (Haighton) Opening Hours & Access

Current students and staff

Library is open 24/7 (Including Bank Holidays) Swipe Unicard to enter


Registered external members

Please only visit when the front doors are open as below.  Swipe Unicard on the gates to enter.


Mon-Fri 8am - 8pm 

Weekends 10am - 6pm


Monday - Friday

Open: 24/7

Front doors open: 8am-8pm


Open: 24/7

Front doors open: 10am-6pm

You must bring your Unicard for ID and borrowing

For live help, please get in touch through chat 

or email


Photo Tour: St Luke's Library (Haighton)

This is the St Luke's Library building; use swipe card access to enter the building if the doors are closed

Use swipe card access to enter the Library

Find the right floor for your subject using the library plan by the bottom of the stairs

Books 001 - 699 and study spaces are located on the Ground Floor

Reserved items can be collected from the 'Reservations'

shelves opposite the Enquiry Desk

 Journals and pamphlets are located on the First Floor

Go upstairs and through these doors to find books and study spaces located on the 1st Floor

Books 700-999 are on the green shelves

on the First Floor

Borrow and return books using the self-issue machine and book returns box on the Ground Floor corridor

When library staff are unavailable you can access help using the library help phone that can be found on the Ground Floor in the entrance to the room with books

The Book Returns letter box can be found outside, around the left-hand corner of the building. 

Floor Guide St Luke's Library (Haighton)

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St Luke's Library Address

St Luke's Campus Library
Universityof Exeter
Heavitree Road
United Kingdom

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