Advice for new students
The sooner you start using the library, the better. Research has shown that the more a student engages with the library, the greater likelihood of them getting a higher grade degree.
We've gathered together all the key information we think you'll need to get started. If you need help with anything, please get in touch - we're here to help.
Get Ready to learn at University
Our Get Ready to Learn at the University of Salford resources will give you a great introduction to studying at Salford and introduces the academic expectations of studying at university, so that you feel ready and confident to achieve your degree.
International Student Support
If English is not your first language, or if you are new to studying in the UK, it is essential that you familiarise yourself with the help and University guidance available to you before you begin your studies.
Studying in a different language or environment presents additional challenges to you as a learner, therefore we have created this page of resources so that you can begin your learning journey as soon as possible, with the confidence of knowing you are able to meet the expectations of the University.
Stay in touch with your Library
Follow us on social media and stay up to date on the latest announcements and Library information.
Take an eLibrary tour
Learn about the resources and support we provide - whenever and wherever you're studying.
Library welcome video
Find out what the Library has to offer
Develop your IT Skills
Learn about the key IT services and resources to support your studies; how to access online training, trainer-led webinars, and add IT qualifications to your CV with our Microsoft Office Specialist certification programme.
Activate your print account
Send a document to the Salford Print option from a University PC. You don't need to print it - simply sending it to print will activate your printing account on the system meaning you can use your student ID card to log into the printers. As a new student, you will have £2 free print credit.
Get connected to the library
Join the Library's Teams site and keep connected virtually. You can make video calls with library staff, share screens so we can help with your studies and work together even though we're apart.