We have a wide range of support services available on Open Day.
Campus is generally accessible for people with mobility difficulties. When you arrive, look for the signs for the ‘North South Access Route’. This is an accessible route around 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.
You can also ask a student ambassador in a red t-shirt for help navigating campus.
You can use our interactive campus map to view locations of:
- routes across campus (use the walks/routes tab)
- disabled access to buildings (use the facilities tab)
- disabled toilets (use the facilities tab).
You can also download our campus map (PDF), download a large print version of the map (PDF) or use an accessible alternative to the map.
Accessible information and support on the day
We can provide Open Day information in alternative formats such as braille or large print, and we can provide support on the day.
For all alternative format and on-the-day support requests, please email the Open Days team at email@example.com with your requirements at least two weeks before the event. Please note, we cannot guarantee this support if you make a request after the deadline.
For more information about alternative formats or support, please email the Open Days team at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Parking for Blue Badge holders
We have limited spaces reserved for disabled visitors. If you are a Blue Badge holder and need parking, please include this on your booking form or email the Open Days team at email@example.com.
To guarantee Blue Badge parking on Open Day, you must submit your request at least 48 hours before the event. For any enquiries about blue badge parking, please email the Open Days team at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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
Disability support during your studies
Find out about disability support we can provide during your studies.