Before coming to campus for Semester 2, please refer to the guidance in these articles:


Essential information: 
The UK government has advised that they will review the return of university students not already being taught on campus "by the end of the Easter holidays". Due to this deadline being close to the end of term and start of Examination period 2, King's has already communicated to these students that the remainder of the academic year will be taught online.

If you are unable to access resources from home then you can come to campus if you need to use a library, computer room or informal study space.



In this article:


Planning your journey in advance
Before returning to campus, you should:

  1. Read our Travelling to King's webpage for detailed guidance on travelling to King’s safely on public transport and avoiding peak travel times.
  2. Read our comprehensive Campus A-Z guide for students and staff which includes essential guidance such as moving around teaching spaces, meeting rooms and libraries.
  3. Plan your journey in advance, to ensure that you arrive to your classes in good time. Below are some helpful resources you can use to help you plan:  

Important to know:


What equipment/ID do I need?
When returning to campus, you must bring:

1. A face covering - if you are exempt from wearing a face covering, you might want to collect one of our inclusive campus badges.

2. Your ID Card - you’ll need to carry your student ID card to gain access to our campuses.

3. A laptop or a similar device

4 Any additional equipment for your programme of study

  • Depending on your chosen programme of study, you may need to purchase specific equipment for your studies. You can find out more information about the equipment you will need within your department/faculty handbook. A copy of your faculty/department handbook will have been sent to your King’s email address.


Study space & computer rooms on campus
As the 2020-21 academic year begins, we are carefully re-opening our libraries and other study spaces. Our article Study space & computer room on campus provides an overview of the available informal and bookable study spaces on campus. 

Important to know: Wherever you are studying on campus, it is important that you follow the latest university guidance to protect your own health and the health of those around you.