We aim to make our campus as accessible as possible. Here you can find useful information for visiting campus.
We list all accessible building entrances on our interactive campus map. You can find these by clicking on the Facilities tab at the bottom of the map and choosing Disabled Building Access.
The majority of Central Teaching Space Rooms are fitted with Hard of Hearing systems using either Infrared Transmitters or induction loop systems.
For more detailed information about building accessibility visit our entry on AccessAble. This programme was compiled by trained surveyors and includes text descriptions and images for a range of accessibility issues for every building on campus.
We have an accessible route through campus marked on our interactive campus map. To view it, click on the Walks/Routes tab at the bottom of the map.
This accessible route provides a step-free path across campus. The route begins at the main entrance of the University near the Parkinson steps, and ends at the Worsley building. It's marked by signs and involves the use of lifts at some points. The route is open during working hours at the University. If you’re visiting outside of working hours you can request a key fob. For more information about requesting a fob read our accessible facilities on campus page.
We list all of our disabled toilets on our interactive campus map. Click on the Facilities tab at the bottom of the map and then choose Disabled Toilets.
Dog spending pens
If you are visiting campus with a guide dog, here are the locations of our dog spending pens:
- Chemistry West Block, to the left of the main entrance
- 18 Beech Grove Terrace, behind the building
- Clarendon Place, grassed area where Clarendon Place meets Cloberry Street
- 5-9 Willow Terrace Road (Wellbeing, Safety and Health), behind the building on the grassed area near the car park
Our museums and galleries
If you’re coming to campus to visit our museums and galleries, we have detailed accessibility information:
Making campus more accessible
If you have any feedback or advice on how we can make our campus more accessible and inclusive, please email the Estates Office via email@example.com.