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Students report issue with study space plugs

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Recent complaints from students highlight issues with plugs at the study spaces in the atrium.

Complaints claim that the problem is affecting plugs on the desks and the mains at several tables.

This comes after a £21.7 million renovation of cam- pus central, the first stage of which was completed in November 2021.

This was the final stage of the university’s vast campus renovation that also saw new sports facilities, a new atrium refurbishment and a new study zone.

The last stage of the Campus Central programme was opened in November.

The new facilities included the Institute for Advanced Studies, the Student Services Hub and the box office for the Macrobert Arts Centre.

A new food outlet was also opened selling sub sandwiches.

In 2019, BRIG reported the £21.7 million campus was set to increase study spaces by 50%.

A University of Stirling spokesperson said: “We are aware of an issue with a very small number of desks and are working to provide a solution.”

Feature Image Credit: Mark Ferguson Photographer

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