This page provides information on the following facilities on campus.
This is a guide to the University Building Codes and room numbering format.
There are accessible cash points at the banks in Heslington village, James College and in Market Square.
Security staff are on duty 24 hours a day to help in emergencies and provide information. Reception desks are equipped with first aid boxes and porters can arrange appropriate medical help.
The King's Manor Refectory is on the first floor but accessible by lift.
If you have any special dietary requirements and/or food allergies please contact Commercial Services on firstname.lastname@example.org.
These are rooms with a hearing loop that has been tested and endorsed by members of staff with hearing loss. Additional equipment may also be required where a room layout has been changed from its default. For example, extra microphones, if a seminar room is changed to boardroom style for a meeting.
In addition, the approved rooms, with the exception of K/133, are also wheelchair accessible.
In addition the following rooms on campus have been tested and endorsed by members of staff with hearing loss as being suitable for meetings as they have good lighting and acoustics but no hearing loops or microphones. These are also wheelchair accessible.
* These rooms can be booked during vacations.
+ Recommend booking additional Revolabs microphones from the Audio Visual Centre for meetings.
Information about hearing loops on campus is available on the Audio Visual Centre webpages (login required).
It may also be possible to utilise some teaching spaces on campus for meetings with advice and assistance from the Audio Visual Centre.
IT Services provide information on IT accessibility for members of staff. For further assistance pleace contact the IT Services helpdesk on extension 3838.
The Audio Visual Centre provides information about the facilities available in lecture or seminar rooms (login required). For further assistance, they can be contacted on extension 4500 or email@example.com.
Access issues on campus can be reported to Estates Services using the online Facilities Helpdesk (login required).
If the issue is urgent you can contact the Facilities Helpdesk by phone on 01904 32 5555 or email firstname.lastname@example.org