Student life and campus facilities

When you arrive for the start of the new semester, you’ll receive the same warm welcome that all Stirling students enjoy. You’ll still have access to our beautiful 330-acre campus and sport, study and social facilities – but the latest government guidelines mean there will be some changes for the time being.

Campus buildings, catering and study spaces

Our recently refurbished atrium is at the heart of life on campus, and is an essential hub for student life. We are planning for all catering facilities and study spaces in the atrium and around campus to be open from the start of semester. Relevant safety measures will be applied across campus, and pedestrian traffic systems will be implemented in buildings, where appropriate.  

Learn more about how we're making campus safer

Library, computer labs and study spaces

The library will be open – and we're taking steps to make it safer. We're also investing even more in e-books, digital textbooks and journals to make sure you have access to everything you need to support your studies, wherever you are.

More information about using the library

Sports facilities

Our sports facilities will follow the current Scottish Government guidelines within the COVID 19 protection level system. What facilities will be available is dependent on the current level Stirling is in. For up-to-date information go to our Sport and wellbeing section.

Sport and wellbeing

Students' Union

The Students' Union is making plans to ensure you have the best welcome and find out all you need to know to make your time at Stirling the best it can be. For the latest information and updates from the Union, visit their website or join the Official Stirling Freshers Facebook group.

Be Connected

Our online student life programme offers a range of opportunities to make friends, learn new skills and become part of our vibrant student community. Be Connected provides a calendar of events which will allow you to engage with the Stirling community, develop employability skills and remain active and well. Typical activities include online fitness classes, wellbeing workshops, CV masterclasses, social activities such as online quizzes, movie nights, arts and craft sessions, and more. There's something for everyone, so take your pick and enjoy learning something new, soaking in some culture.

See Be Connected calendar

Macrobert Arts Centre

For more information about our on-campus theatre, cinema and arts centre, please visit the Macrobert Arts Centre website.