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 everyone.
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.
Buildings 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's linked to DisabledGo's website so you can get information on building access.
- Navigate campus with ease using maps and directions to University buildings and rooms
- Check out the physical access features of location
- If you are a student you can check your timetable on the go
- Receive updates and text alerts of late timetable changes
- Synchronise your timetable with your personal calendar
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.
- Accessibility map: Main Building [pdf]
- Accessibility map: Hillhead Street - Bank Street [pdf]
- Accessibility map: Lilybank Gardens - Hillhead Street [pdf]
- Accessibility map: University Avenue - Western Infirmary [pdf]
- Accessibility map: St Andrews Building [pdf]
If you experience an issue with physical access anywhere on campus, please email firstname.lastname@example.org where a member of Estates and Buildings staff will be able to help.
DisabledGo: an online description of the physical access features of over 80 university services buildings, including the Hunterian Museum, Sports and Recreation Service, Library and various accommodation sites.
"Everything is really close by and easily accessible." George Twizell, Psychology
Physical access guides by location
Links to DisabledGo for the list of locations below:
- 1 University Gardens
- 2 University Gardens
- 4 University Gardens
- 5 University Gardens
- 6 University Gardens
- 7 University Gardens
- 10 University Gardens
- 12 University Gardens
- 1A The Square (Main Building)
- 4 The Square
- 69 Oakfield Avenue
- Adam Smith Building
- Adam Smith Business School (Main Building)
- Archive Services (13 Thurso Street)
- Bower Building
- Boyd Orr Building
- Bute and Randolph Halls
- Cairncross House (Accommodation)
- Catholic Chaplaincy (Turnbull Hall)
- University Chaplaincy (Main Building)
- University Memorial Chapel (Main Building)
- Interfaith Room (Main Building)
- Concert Hall
- Counselling and Psychological Services
- Disability Service
- Equality & Diversity Unit
- Food For Thought (Fraser Building)
- Fore Hall (Main Building)
- Fraser Building
- Gilchrist Postgraduate Club (Main Building)
- Gilmorehill Centre
- Glasgow International College
- Glasgow University Union
- Graham Kerr Building
- GUSA - Glasgow University Sports Association
- Hetherington Building/Language Centre
- Hunterian Art Gallery and The Mackintosh House
- Hunterian Museum (Main Building)
- Hunter Halls (Main Building)
- James Watt Building
- John McIntyre Building
- Joseph Black Building
- Kelvinhaugh Gate Residencies (Accommodation)
- Learning and Teaching Centre
- Lilybank House
- McCall Building (Garscube Estate)
- McGregor Building
- McMillan Reading Room
- Principal's Lodgings
- Queen Margaret Residences (Accommodation)
- Queen Margaret Union
- Security Gatehouse (Gilmorehill Campus)
- Sir Alexander Stone Building
- Sir Charles Wilson Building
- Sir Alwyn Williams Building
- Small Animal Hospital (Garscube Estate)
- Sport and Recreation Service (Gilmorehill)
- Sport and Recreation Service - Garscube
- St. Andrews Building
- Stevenson Building
- Strathclyde Centre for Disability Research
- Student Learning Service
- Student Representative Council (SRC)
- Thomson Building
- Wolfson Wohl Translational Research Centre (Garscube Estate)
- Gift Shop (Main Building)
- Weipers Centre Equine Hospital (Garscube Estate)
- Western Infirmary Lecture Theatre
- Wolfson Hall Residence (Accommodation)
- Wolfson Medical School Building
- Zoology Museum
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