We’re committed to embracing diversity and difference and treating our colleagues, students, partners and others with respect.
We want our campuses to be inviting, secure and comfortable environments for all. We recognise that increasing opportunities for anyone who wants to engage with our campus community and facilities is a benefit to us all. Further information is available from our Equality and Diversity Unit and Disability Service.
The University has teamed up with DisabledGo to provide an online description of the physical access features of over 80 university services and buildings, including the Hunterian Museum, Sports and Recreation Service, Library and various accommodation sites.
You'll find a list of all the buildings covered with links to the guides here.
If however, you experience an issue with physical access anywhere on campus, please email email@example.com where a member of Estates and Buildings staff will be able to help.
Building and Room Finder App
The University has developed an app (available as a mobile app for students and as a desktop version) designed to provide you with directions from one building to another on campus. You can also get directions to particular rooms and it is linked to DisabledGo's website so you can get information on building access. The desktop version is available here Building and Room Finder App
We have produced accessibility maps for our main campus. These highlight accessible parking spaces and toilets.
Mobility Scooters are available for loan on a daily basis for staff and students who have difficulty moving between locations on campus. Please contact the Disability Service directly for further details.
Disability Infrastructure Working Group (DIWG)
The DIWG acts as the principal forum for consultation on access opportunities within the campus estates strategy and major developments within the University.
For more information, including how to join the group, please contact Estates and Buildings.
This website has been designed to be as accessible as possible and we welcome feedback on suggestions for improvements. If you have any problems, please mail firstname.lastname@example.org
Our website design employs XHTML and CSS. We follow best practice guidelines, such as the W3C Web Content Accessibility Guidelines and PAS 78 (British Standards Institute guidance on website accessibility).
All navigation and content text used on our website can be increased or decreased in size. Please see the BBC's My Web My Way (accessibility features of browsers and operating systems) for assistance.