The Plas Coch site hosts Scholar’s Rest, our main dining area, which offers everything from sandwiches and salads to breakfasts and complete evening meals. Special dietary requirements are catered for including halal, vegetarian and gluten free meals, and themed meals and barbecues take place at regular intervals.
Other outlets at Plas Coch include:-
- Fellows Café Bar (a high street style coffee bar)
- Chapters Retail & Café Bar (an ‘essentials’ shop)
- Café Direct Vending Cartz (a self service facility in the library)
- Café Darganfod in the Crispin Lane Building near Techniquest Glyndŵr
- Also on site is Restaurant 1887, a great venue for a special meal out – reservations are required for the restaurant.
- On the Regent Street site, the North Wales School of Art & Design is served by Inspirations Café
Glyndŵr University has excellent computer facilities located close to where you need them within your subject or in the library and open access areas. A recent investment has expanded our WiFi wireless access across the whole campus.
All our computers have full internet access. We will provide you with a wide range of other IT facilities such as your own email account, file storage, standard and specialist applications and printing facilities.
We have 13 computer suites throughout the University. Most of these are for general open access use, although there are also a number of specialist IT labs for certain areas such as Computing, Engineering, and Art and Design.
Glyndŵr University uses the latest technology to the full. We have a comprehensive student intranet containing a range of advice and guidance. Many of our courses' lecture notes and programme content are available online through our Virtual Learning Environment. Many study materials such as online databases, e-journals and library catalogue information are available online from our campus computers. They can also be accessed at home should you prefer to study there.
IT Services provides convenient and effective help and advice on all aspects of computing including hardware, software and network access and use. You can also report faults with computing equipment connected to the University network. The IT Helpdesk in the library building (Edward Llwyd Centre) is the first point of call for all IT queries.
For more information about IT facilities and support, contact the IT helpdesk on 01978 293241 in the first instance.
During your time as a student at Glyndŵr University you may encounter many issues that make you think more deeply about some of life’s big questions (e.g. What should I do with my life? Why do people suffer? Does it matter if I believe in God? Why can’t people get on with each other?).
The chaplaincy is here to help you think about these issues and to generally promote interest in the more spiritual side of life. In addition, a higher education chaplain (like a hospital chaplain) is there to offer the opportunity for support in any difficult times that arise for you during your time here.
At present we have a team of voluntary chaplains that are available to staff and students to explore life and living. You can talk to a chaplain about anything at all. There is not even a need for the chaplain to know whether you are coming to discuss a relationship problem, the weekend hockey results or last Sunday’s Songs of Praise. It is best to make an appointment though and you can do this by emailing email@example.com.
Faith advisors are contact persons for your faith group, and they can talk to you about issues related to your particular faith, when the Chaplain is unable to help. Currently we have faith advisors for many of the Christian denominations and for Muslims, Hindus, Sikhs and Buddhists. We continue to make contact with representatives of other belief systems in order to add more advisors to this list.
The chaplaincy has a Quiet Space, situated on the second floor of the Edward Llwyd Centre (library building), where you can pray, meditate or reflect. The space is open for all to use.
The chaplaincy organises worship on campus, Bible Studies, and other events including a peace and justice group. You can find out more on the university facebook pages and the chaplaincy moodle page. The chaplaincy also has links to local places of worship. As there is no chapel on campus arrangements cannot easily be made for baptisms and weddings. If you want help in sorting out weddings, baptisms, confirmations etc. with local churches, the chaplaincy can put you in touch with the relevant people.
If you would like more information please contact us by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. We’re on the 2nd floor of Edward Llwyd Centre, 01978 293336,
Glyndŵr University's library offers a wide range of information resources to support your studies in a comfortable and flexible learning environment.
We have over 120,000 books, DVDs and other learning resources in the Edward Llwyd Centre on the Wrexham Plas Coch Campus.
We also offer access to all staff and students to online electronic resources such as about 1,000 electronic textbooks and over 6,000 full text electronic journals.
The best way to get started is to search our catalogue at http://library.glyndwr.ac.uk where you will also be able to search for books at Bangor University Library. If you are a member of staff or student at Bangor University your library card entitles you to borrow from Glyndŵr University Library.
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External membership of Glyndŵr University Library
- Please note on your first visit to the library you will be required to register if you require the following membership:
Glyndŵr University Library is part of the SCONUL Access scheme so if you are a member of staff, a postgraduate student or part time/distance learning/placement undergraduate student at another UK university you may be able borrow from our Library. Please let us know if you wish to join the library by sending an email to email@example.com
If you are a member of Wrexham Public Library Service or Yale Learning Resource Centre you are entitled to borrow books from Glyndŵr University Library on the production of your home library card under the Gateway to Libraries in Wrexham scheme (GaLW).
Registering for these schemes is available:
10am – noon / 2 – 4pm Monday to Thursday
10am – noon / 2 – 3pm Friday
- Please note that registration for these schemes is NOT available outside of these hours without an appointment. To arrange an appointment contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Glyndŵr University Library, Postal Point 22L, Mold Road, Wrexham LL11 2AW
Library Renewals: email@example.com or 01978 293237(24 hour answerphone) (please leave you name, library barcode number when renewing items)
End of your module? End of your course? End of exams? Sell your old books here and earn some cash!
Glyndwr University has launched the BooksXChange – a free online store to buy or sell your used books.
Rob Stockton, head of learning resources and information technology services, said: “The new online BookXchange system provides an e-bay like service for books without the delay, risk or postage costs. Students can work together to save on the cost of new with no fees or admin overhead.”
You can visit the BookXChange here, and start buying and selling today.
Several shops are available on the different Glyndŵr University campuses, with each shop specialising in particular products to meet the needs of students.
Chapter 1 Retail & Café Bar is in the Edward Llwyd Centre on the Plas Coch Campus. This ‘essentials’ shop and café bar sells a wide choice of goods including speciality coffees and teas, cold drinks, sandwiches, light snacks and confectionery. There is also a small range of general grocery and toiletry items.
The Art Shop is at the North Wales School of Art & Design at Regent Street. It stocks a wide range of art and design products which are backed by keen prices, high quality and fast personal service.
You can also order a selection of merchandise online. Click here for further details.
For more information about campus shops, contact the admissions and enquiries team in the first instance:
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Tel: 01978 293439