This guide contains practical access information about areas in which students, staff and visitors to the University are likely to find themselves. Most of the University of Cambridge sites are covered.
Whether you are looking to find out if there is level access in an area, an induction loop in particular lecture theatre, or assistive software installed in a department, this is the first place to look.
Facilities managment staff and administrators are also very helpful when assessing whether you can access a particular area.
Site maps showing accessible routes
To complement our online map of the University, we have created maps of three of our sites showing access facilties for disabled staff, students and visitors. These are available at PDFs from the links on the right.
If you are unable to print the maps or require them in a larger size, please contact us.
Access and Building Facilities
If you work in a Department or Faculty and have a query about improving your access and building facilities for disabled people, please contact Gary Reed in Estates Management. Please note this advice is available for University buildings only.