Campus Access Guide

Campus Accessibility


The University of Worcester has 3 campuses all of which are level with ramped changes of level. Automatic doors enable access to all accessible main entrances. 

St Johns Campus : this is the largest campus and includes Edward Elgar Building (EE) , Main Dining Room and Refectory, Firstpoint inc Disability and Dyslexia Service, Students Union inc shop, Guide Dog Spend Pens, Sports Centre, Post Room, Halls of Residence

Severn Campus : Riverside and University Arena

      City Campus : Charles Hastings building (CG),Business School, Jenny Lind, Hive (library), Halls of Residence

The number 31 and 31U buses travel from  the city centre bus station Crowngate to St John’s campus (accessible bus stop)  stopping at the Severn Campus, The Hive and Jenny Lind building .

The University Find Us page also gives maps of each campus.

We have worked in partnership with AccessAble to produce access guides for many of our sites. AccessAble, originally called DisabledGo, are an independent organisation that aim to take the stress out of visiting a new place. Their trained surveyors visit locations to produce detailed guides that tell you all about a venue's access. 

They recognise that everyone's accessibility needs are different, which is why having detailed accurate information is important. The guides they produce are 100% facts, figures and photographs. 

The AccessAble site gives more specific accessibility details of each campus and routes between campuses. You can also see a list of key route plans.  

Contact us

We meet with students in a confidential space in firstpoint.  To book a Disability Advisor appointment please contact or visit firstpoint, which is open Monday to Friday 9:00am - 4:00pm, and is situated in the Peirson Study and Guidance Centre on St Johns Campus.  

Telephone: 01905 542551    Email: firstpoint@worc.ac.uk

To contact the team directly please email disability@worc.ac.uk or telepone 01905 855531

We are also on Twitter  https://twitter.com/UoWDDS

A detailed access guide to the Peirson Centre can be found on AccessAble.co.uk