The Jubilee Campus is home to the striking Djanogly Learning Resource Centre, one many spectacular pieces of modern architecture on the campus.
Once you become a student at the University of Nottingham, you receive your own e-mail address.
There is a cafe area with wireless Internet access, and multiple computer areas.There are also places for silent individual study, meeting rooms which can be booked and larger rooms for group study.You also gain access to the 'Student Portal' where you can find various important information such as examination timetables, results, fee payments, updating personal information.Through the Portal, you can also access Moodle where you can access lecture notes, assignments and other module resources, the online library catalogue (UNLOC), access to Athens e-books etc.The University's history goes back as far as 1798, when it was an adult education school.
The building of the original University College on Shakespeare Street (in the city centre) was started in 1877, and was formally opened in 1881, as a college of the University of London.
The Students’ Union has a dedicated Officer with a committee who are responsible for welfare issues within the University.
The Equal Opportunities and Welfare Officer 2012-2013 is Mike Dore.
The University has a wide range of sports facilities on all campuses including tennis courts, a sports hall and a swimming pool.
Access to the facilities is by payment of an annual optional membership fee.
The University of Nottingham, described by The Sunday Times University Guide 2011 as ‘the embodiment of the modern international university’, has award-winning campuses in the United Kingdom, China and Malaysia.