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Kimberlin Library

The library will remain open for students who have face-to-face teaching and for those who are staying in student accommodation. In line with government guidelines, the library is open for studying and borrowing materials, on an essential access-only basis.

Our spaces have undergone adjustments for safety and physical distancing, one-way systems, screens have been installed, signage and hand sanitising stations are in place.

See the library opening hours.

The library team has also worked on an enhanced package of support and online resources for you to access.

QEII Leisure Centre 

The QEII Leisure Centre reopened on Monday 12 April and is now operating within government safety guidelines. This means students can gain access to the Swimming Pool and Gym area in the Leisure Centre.

Beaumont Park

The facilities at Beaumont Park are now open to DMU students and members of the public to use for outdoor sports and activities within government safety guidelines.

DSU - Campus Centre

De Montfort Students' Union (DSU) will continue to support students remotely. The DSU Advice, Activities, and DSU Voice teams will be working from home and will still be available to support students online. 

The Campus Centre, including DSU’s Reception, the Function Rooms and commercial outlets, including SUpplies and SU’s Diner, will remain closed during the lockdown.

  1. Advice Team

    The DSU Advice team offer free, confidential advice to all current DMU students on academic issues, complaints, Tier 4 Visas and housing. You can get advice and book an online appointment with the team by emailing You can also get in touch by filling in the contact form at
  2. Activities Team

    If you require support or wish to speak to a member of the students’ union Activities team, please contact them via email at to arrange a virtual appointment.

    You can find more information on all the opportunities and activities run by DSU at

  3. Student Voice Team

    The DSU Voice team work Monday-Friday 9am-5pm. If you would like to get in touch with the team, please contact them via email at

  4. Supplies Shop

    A one-stop shop for stationary and DMU-branded clothing. Stationary includes but is not limited to notepads, pens, ring binders, lanyards and card holders. Supplies also offer a binding service for dissertations and other course related content.

    Unfortunately, SUpplies will be closed until further notice, in line with government guidance.

  5. SU's Diner

    Your American-style diner serving a wide range of meals and snacks from pancakes and burgers, to milkshakes and waffles. If you fancy something smaller, come along to have some homemade cade with Fairtrade coffee or one of our variety of teas.

    Unfortunately, SU’s Diner will be closed until further notice, in line with government guidance.

  6. Function Rooms

    Unfortunately, due to the ongoing global pandemic, the Function Rooms will be closed for all activity including our daytime bar SU’s Lounge, weekly quiz night and the SU’s weekly club night – Injunction.

Please follow the De Montfort Students’ Union (DSU)’s social media accounts or check regularly for further updates on when we will be reopening.


We have worked with our catering partner Chartwells to ensure a variety of food and drink options are prepared and available in accordance with government guidelines.

The majority of catering facilities will be closed until further notice. Only the Food Village will remain operational to serve as a takeaway service. You will also be able to sit in and eat, providing you maintain social distancing. More information can be found on our 'where to eat and drink' page.

Student Gateway

The Student Gateway is currently closed in line with government lockdown guidance. 

You can continue to access Student Gateway services (Monday to Friday 9am to 5pm) via phone by selecting the relevant service from the menu or by email – please see team details below.  We also have our live chat channel available via

You can book telephone appointments via MyGateway. A staff member will call you at the allocated time on the phone number stored in DMU’s student records system. Please make sure your personal contact details are up-to-date by checking the Personal Details tile on MyDMU.

See the Student Gateway handbook.

  1. Student Gateway contact areas

    Student Gateway Reception Desk
    T: +44 (0) 116 250 6047

    Disability Advice and Support
    T: +44 (0) 116 257 7595 – Option 1

    Counselling, Mental Heath and Wellbeing
    T: +44 (0) 116 257 7595 – Option 2

    Student Administrative Support
    T: +44 (0) 116 257 7595 – Option 3

    Student Finance and Welfare
    T: +44 (0) 116 257 7595 – Option 3

    ID Card Queries
    T: +44 (0) 116 257 7595 – Option 3

    T: +44 (0) 116 257 7595 – Option 3

    Careers and Employability
    T: +44 (0) 116 257 7595 – Option 4

    International Student Support
    T: +44 (0) 116 257 7595 – Option 5

    Appeals and Deferrals
    T: +44 (0) 116 257 7595 – Option 6

    Immigration Compliance/Visa Team
    T: +44 (0) 116 2078780

    Cashiers Desk/Income Team
    T: +44 (0) 116 207 8810

    Graduation/Academic Awards Team
    T: +44 (0) 116 257 7307

    Examinations Team
    T: +44 (0) 116 250 6379

Hugh Aston Building and The Yard  

The Hugh Aston Building and The Yard are closed in line with the government lockdown guidance.

Business and Law students can continue to access advice and support from the Student Advice Centre team (Monday-Friday 9.00am - 4.45pm) or by telephone 0116 2577243. 

You can find helpful information on the Virtual SAC on Blackboard.

Campus Buildings

In line with the new national lockdown and latest government guidance, a number of campus buildings have been closed until further notice.

Only those students who have face-to-face teaching for the specified subject areas in Health and Life Sciences (HLS) are permitted to access buildings where their classes take place.

All other students therefore must not try and access any workshops or labs in any other circumstances.

Research students are permitted to access specialist labs and study spaces but only if it is deemed absolutely necessary to conduct their work.

Buildings that remain open for students, according to the guidelines above, include:

Bede House

Closes 6.30pm

Ground floor to be used for recording and delivering online classes
Upper floors used by Estates, ITMS staff and displaced Trinity House staff

Clephan Building (incl. Courtyard)

Open 7.30am-6pm Mon-Fri

Hawthorn Building

Closes at 6.30pm

Open for HLS students
Open for research students
Student self-study spaces open

Edith Murphy

Closes at 6.30pm

Open for HLS students
Student Advice Centre open

Innovation Centre

Closes at 6pm

Tenant access and staff

Heritage House

Closes at 6.30pm

Open for HLS students

Philip Tasker Building

Closes at 6pm

Open for DMU International College

Kimberlin Library

Open 8am-8pm Mon-Fri, 10am-5pm Saturday, 11am-6pm Sunday

Food Village

Open 8am-4pm (Mon-Fri)

Open for takeaway service and socially distant dining

Grasmere Street

Closes at 6.30pm

Open to Forensic Science students

Portland Building

Closes at 6.30pm

Lower ground floor open for AV Loans
Top floor open for HLS students

Queen's Building 

Closes at 6pm

Open for research students
Student self-study spaces open

Vijay Patel Building

The building will be open until 8.30pm for ADH students only who have booked to attend workshop sessions.

Gateway House

Closes at 6pm

Student Advice Centre open

The Watershed

Closes at 5pm

Operating as a Covid-19 testing centre

PACE building

The Venue

Closes at 6pm