Work set to start on the construction of The Hub

hub moodle logoConstruction work on The Hub, the new central information point for students, will get underway on Monday 23 May at the ground floor of the Robertson Trust Building at Paisley Campus.

All student facing services including the first point of contact for the Library, Student Services, ITDS and Finance queries will be accessible via The Hub.

Construction work on the new facility will last approximately 14 weeks with The Hub being operational by September. Whilst The Hub will be physically located on the Paisley Campus it will be accessible online and via telephone across all UWS campuses.

 The Hub area will provide a vibrant space for students which will include self-help resources, a service desk and both learning and social spaces. It will also feature pop-up spaces for events and campaigns and self service functions/equipment.

Susan Mitchell, UWS Chief Operating Officer, who is Chairing The Hub Project Board, said: “UWS is committed to providing each and every student with a first-class learning experience by providing student-centred, personalised and distinctive learning and teaching experiences underpinned by professionally relevant research, knowledge exchange.

“The Hub is a key development for the University and will enhance the student experience and ensure that our students are at the heart of everything we do.”

As part of The Hub project Printing Services on the Paisley Campus has relocated from the Robertson Trust Building to L129. From 23 May the Library service will operate from the 2nd floor of the Robertson Trust Building.

For further information regarding the project please contact Liz O’Reilly on 0141 848 3994 or email elizabeth.o’


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