University Schools are spread over many sites, generally within a one-mile radius. Although the main site is predominantly level, gradients do occur, particularly on adjacent roads and streets.
Access to academic facilities varies in range and consistency with libraries, sport and leisure facilities and the Students' Union being generally accessible. Recently constructed Halls of Residence at various locations have rooms of floors specifically designed for wheelchair users, and further adaptations for your particular requirements may be carried out as necessary.
We have partnered with AccessAble to develop guides to help staff, students and visitors to get to and around our sites and buildings more easily.
The guides provide detailed information you need to work out if a place is going to be accessible to you.
|Lanyon Building Accessibility Guide||McClay Library Accessibility Guide||David Keir Building Accessibility Guide|
|Peter Froggatt Centre Accessibility Guide||Pharmacy and McClay Institute Accessibility Guide||Queen's Film Theatre Accessibility Guide|
BUILDINGS AND SERVICES ACCESS GUIDES
|Accommodation||Cafes and Restaurants||Computer Rooms|
|Lecture Theatres||Libraries||Other Rooms and Spaces|
|Other Services||Route Guides||Seminar Rooms|
|Sports||Student Services||Students' Union|
|Teaching||Teaching Rooms||Theatres, Cinemas, Museums and Art|
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For more information please read our Equality and Diversity Policy.
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