We're looking forward to welcoming you to campus at our visit days.
Make sure you have booked your place by logging in to your You@York account. If you've booked, you will also be able to download a copy of our programme a couple of weeks before your planned visit day.
Download your programme (via You@York)
When you arrive
Our staff and students will be ready to welcome you at Spring Lane Building - the venue for our registration desk and information stands.
Look out for our Student Ambassadors in the turquoise hoodies or t-shirts. They'll be on hand to give directions and answer questions.
Enjoy breakfast on us
Complimentary hot breakfast rolls and drink will be available between 8.30am and 10am. Just show your programme to staff to claim your breakfast sandwich and drink.
Check your programme for the location.
Getting to the University
York is well connected through rail and road links and getting to the University is simple.
Travelling by train
A regular bus service (66) is available at frequent intervals between the railway station and campus. Return tickets cost around £3.50 per person. If you want to take a taxi, the cost from the railway station is around £7 – £8 each way.
Travelling by car
Parking on campus is limited so we would recommend travelling by public transport where possible. If you need to travel by car, free parking will be available on Saturday in Campus South car park. The postcode for satnav purposes is YO10 5NA.
If you have a disabled parking permit, you can park for free in designated disabled spaces in any of the University car parks.
Use the free park and ride service at the Grimston Bar Park & Ride (approximately two miles from campus), running from 8.45am. The postcode for satnav purposes is YO19 5LA.
The last bus back to Grimston Bar Park & Ride will leave the University at 4.45pm.
If you have a valid disabled parking permit, you can park for free in designated disabled spaces in any of the University car parks. Please ensure that you display your badge.
While you're here for our visit day, take the opportunity to explore the city and discover what life in York is really like.
Named the best place to live in Britain by The Sunday Times 2018, York is a vibrant, contemporary, student-friendly city, renowned for its rich history and heritage.