Find out more about our award-winning campuses at the University of Reading.
Our three UK campuses are:
- Whiteknights campus
- London Road campus
- Greenlands campus
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Food and drink on campus
Our campuses are filled with great places to eat, and you can find a wide variety of food from stir fries to pub lunches.
When I first walked on to campus, it just felt like home. I knew straight away that this was the place for me and I would be happy here.
Our Library is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week during term time, and gives you access to:
- more than 1 million books
- a fully equipped IT suite
- group discussion spaces
- quiet and silent areas.
The Library goes beyond Google and provides 24/7 online access to academic resources.
For more information of what's on offer, please visit the Library website.
Shopping and facilities on campus
Whiteknights campus features a newly refurbished Co-op supermarket where you can buy groceries, lunch, stationery, toiletries and lots more.
The Students’ Union building at the centre of campus also includes Blackwells bookshop, Seoul Plaza (a Korean food store), Cerealworks Bagel shop, Pearls Bubble Tea, a hairdresser, personal mailboxes and a printing and binding service.
There is also a bank on campus and two ATM cash machines.
Culture and faith
The University of Reading is a welcoming community for people of all faiths and none.
Our Chaplaincy Centre is a central point on campus, providing a good place to go for a quiet coffee and a listening ear. The centre offers a signposting service for all the different faiths, with information about places of worship both on campus and in Reading itself.
Additionally, there is a Muslim Prayer Centre and Atheist/Humanist/Secularist, Buddhist, Christian, Hindu, Jewish, Muslim and Sikh student-run societies on campus. You can also find out more about the Chaplaincy.
The University is also home to a wide range of student-run cultural societies, which all students are welcome to join. These friendly communities are a great way for you to meet people who share your cultural identity or learn about a culture that's different from your own.