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Before you arrive: Your Library PIN and you

You'll need your Library PIN to borrow and return books and laptops at our Libraries. You'll have a default PIN set up as part of the enrolment process, so why not change it to something more memorable? You'll need your King's username and password to complete this process. See the video below for instructions on what to do.

Don't have your King's username and password yet?

Look out for an email from King's with further details and self-service password set up.

Before you arrive: Enrol onto the KASL module on KEATS

The activities, exercises, pathways and forums linked in this guide can be found on KEATS, our virtual learning platform. KEATS is based on Moodle which you may have used in your college or previous institution.

A really easy and useful thing to do when you arrive at King's is to enrol yourself onto the KASL module on KEATS so you can get a good head start on your success at King's!

You'll need your King's username (looks like K1234567) and password to enrol onto KASL

Don't have your King's username and password yet?

Look out for an email from King's with further details and self-service password set up.

Before you arrive: Get to know KEATS

Before you arrive: download The King's Mobile App

The King's Mobile App is a great way to find your timetable, a free PC or renew your Library books all at your fingertips. Download the free app for your smartphone or device below:

When you arrive: Getting started with the Library

Your King's Libraries can help you excel in your studies in lots of ways. Get a head start on finding the resources you need with our Getting started with the Library module on KEATS.

Can't see the module just yet?

Make sure you've enrolled onto the KLaSS home module first:

When you arrive: Using our Libraries for the first time

Find your Library!

Our Libraries are found in central and south London, usually very close to major train stations and bus routes. The collections are built to reflect the subjects being taught at each campus, but you're entitled to visit and work at any King's Library. Make sure you have your King's ID card to enter each building.

When you arrive: Visit the Archives and Special Collections

Archives and Special Collections hold a unique, internationally significant and continually expanding range of archival and printed sources. We welcome all King’s students and staff to use our collections. 

Subject strengths include:

  • King's College London and its merged institutions
  • Theology
  • Military and defence studies
  • Travel and exploration
  • Empire and Commonwealth; international relations
  • Medicine and nursing
  • Modern Greece
  • 20th century Germany
  • Languages and Literature
  • Science and botany

When you arrive: Disability Support from Libraries & Collections

Physical access to our Libraries - AccessAble

Looking for details and instructions when accessing different buildings at King's? Click the link below and choose the Campus you'll be using.

Accessible Formats

Documents are available in a range of formats. The webpages linked below will give you more details and information.

Contact Disability Support

The Disability Support department provides and coordinates support to staff and students throughout the College. Find their contact details with the link below.