Following advice issued by the Scottish Government on 16 March 2020 on steps to be taken to slow the spread of COVID-19 the University of Stirling Archives will be closing its public reading room from 17 March until further notice. Further details and updates can be found at:
We hold the historical collections of the university which cover a wide range of subjects including film, literature, politics, medicine and sport. This material can be consulted in the archives reading room which is located in room S10 of the lower library corridor.
Opening hours: 10am to 1pm and 2pm to 4pm, Monday to Friday.
Please note that during Campus Central works material will have to be ordered in advance of your visit by emailing email@example.com
The reading room is a space reserved for researchers wishing to consult our archives & special collections. As these collections comprise valuable, unique, fragile and irreplaceable items special rules and regulations are in place to ensure the preservation and security of our collections. If you plan to use the reading room please note that:
Bags and coats must be placed on the shelves provided.
If you are planning to use the archives reading room please contact us in advance to arrange a suitable time and date for your visit. Readers can order material in advance of their visit by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you are visiting the university for the first time details of how to get to the campus can be found here.
There is no charge for short visits, but if supervised access is required over an extended period, we may at our discretion require a contribution to our costs, up to the full employment cost.
Reproduction for private academic use and non-commercial publications
Reproduction for commercial use
In all cases, an acknowledgement of the source and a copy of the publication for our archives is a minimum requirement.
Documents relating to use of the archives reading room and Archives and Special Collections policies.