By Kieron L Jones, on 1 October 2014
“As the new academic year begins we will be concentrating our Library staff resources on newly registered LSE staff and students throughout October.
Regretfully, this means that access to the LSE Library will be restricted for new non-LSE taught course students from Monday 29 September 2014 to Monday 3 November 2014 inclusive.
Membership applications for new undergraduates and Masters students from University of London and SCONUL institutions will not be processed during this time. New applicants are still welcome to apply for Library membership through our online form, but will not be able to complete their registration at the Library’s Membership Desk until Tuesday 4 November.
Staff and research degree students (MPhil, PhD) who have applied through our existing reciprocal schemes (University of London, SCONUL Access, and M25) will not be affected and can continue to access the Library as usual, as can those using our Archives and Special Collections in the Women’s Library Reading Room.
I am grateful for your understanding during this busy period, and my colleagues look forward to welcoming your students who need to use this Library from 4 November 2014.”
Director of Library Services
London School of Economics and Political Science