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FAQs

Can I use Brunel's facilities on campus?

Yes we have a variety of facilities open for public use, including our Arts Centre, sports facilitiesrestaurants and shops, health shop, Medical Centre and Pharmacy.

Where can I find out about upcoming events being organised by Brunel?

You can find a comprehensive list of upcoming events here.

You can also sign up to our new What’s on Guide  to receive regular updates about upcoming events, activities, classes and many more by clicking here

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Can I register as a patient with the Medical Centre?

Yes, the Brunel Medical Centre is an NHS general medical practise providing care to both non student local residents and Brunel students living on campus.

I've got an idea for a community project, who should I contact? 

We are always on the lookout for new projects and initiatives that meet community needs. Please email engagement@brunel.ac.uk with your idea or suggestion.

How does Brunel economically benefit Hillingdon? 

We generate more that £212 million annually for the London Borough of Hillingdon, providing 2,512 job opportunities and educating 14,000 students. Read more about our impact here. 

When does the University close?

Even when our students go home for the summer, the university stays open hosting a wide variety of summer activities. Find out our terms dates and closure dates.

Who should I contact to pass on feedback, suggestions or make a complaint about students in the community? 

Whilst we work to ensure our students respect and are respected by the community, there may be occasions where you feel a student has behaved in an unacceptable manner. We take these complaints extremely seriously and work with the local authority to ensure any issues are resolved.

Please contact our Community Liaison Officer for further information.

Can I use the library? 

We welcome and encourage all members of the public to access our resources. If you are not a member of other academic institutions (ie SCNOUL) and would like to access the library, we offer external membership rates starting from £25 a year. We also offer a Day Pass access. For membership forms, fees and more information about the services the library provides please visit the website.