The Wycliffe Hall library is reserved for the use of current Hall members so access to the library is restricted to authorised readers with their own proximity card.
Non-members who are wishing to consult items from our collections should read the guidelines below carefully.
Oxford University members:
We are happy to assist readers on a reference basis from other colleges within the University of Oxford on the following terms.
If we are the only library that holds a book which is not available anywhere else in the University, your visit will be considered with a prior appointment with the librarian. Please bring your university card as a form of identification. Photocopying facilities cannot be provided to these readers.
The library visiting time for non-members likely falls during the below hours.
Monday-Thursday, 9am-12pm and 2pm-4pm.
Please note that we may be closed at certain times due to various circumstance so please contact the librarian regarding the availability of resources and a visiting slot before arrival to avoid disappointment.
No visitors until further notice due to the pandemic.
The library is not open to the general public or students and researchers from other institutes so it is essential to contact the librarian if you have any enquires. External users, in special cases and particularly during vacations, may be admitted at the librarian’s discretion.