Feeling thirsty? Where to refill your water bottle

There are several water coolers around the University that you can use to rehydrate throughout your working day. If you are out and about and need a refill, feel free to pop into the University sports centres or go to one of the many University cafes for drinking water. Alternatively, you can use one of the below water coolers:

Anglesea Building

-Room 1.05
-Room 1.56

Eldon Building

-Room 0.116 West Wing
-Ground floor, East Wing
-First floor, East Wing
-First floor, South Wing
-Room 1.104 South Wing

Innovation Space

-Ground Floor, reception

Institute of Marine Sciences

-Ground floor, A-block lobby

Careers and Employability Service

-Ground floor

Langstone Student Village

Ground floor:

-Male changing rooms
-Female changing rooms


Ground floor:

-Main entrance
-Teaching room corridor

Second floor:

-Area 2B


-Floor 0, Prayer rooms

Nuffield Centre

-Ground floor, Chaplaincy

Park building

-Ground floor, refectory
-Richmond building
-Ground floor, by WC’s
-Third floor, lobby

St George’s building

-Room 0.05, reception

Sports Centre

-St Paul’s Gym, first floor, changing rooms lobby x2
-Spinnaker Sports Centre, ground floor, reception x 2

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  1. Can you publish where sudents can get hot drinking water? Chinese students may seek it (in China hot water is available on trains and a glass of hot water is usually brought as a courtesy to each diner at restaurant tables). Other students working into the evening may seek it when the cafes are shut for Lemsip, herbal teas etc.

    • Hi Moira,

      I’m afraid there isn’t any unsupervised access to hot water for students due to health and safety issues. Students will need to use the University Cafes during opening hours. The library cafe is open until 8pm Monday-Thursday and until 7pm on Fridays.

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