Welcome to UCL’s access guides
UCL has worked with DisabledGo to provide access guides to staff, students and visitors to our world leading university.
We are currently redeveloping a number of buildings under our Transforming UCL programme so information is subject to change and access guides for our newest buildings will be added in due course.
If you need any help or support regarding our estate, please email email@example.com
About UCL’s campus
UCL operates in a global context and is committed to excellence, innovation, and the promotion of global understanding in all its activities: research, teaching, learning, enterprise and community engagement.
A key objective of our 2034 strategy is to 'Champion a culture where disabled people can thrive at UCL'. This means providing an inclusive teaching and learning environment that includes and welcomes all our staff and students.
UCL is unique in the sheer scale and diversity of its central London estate, mainly comprised of heritage buildings that were not originally designed to be accessible.
We are committed to meeting the needs of everyone using our buildings, amenities and services. This means striving to improve our heritage estate to make it as accessible as possible by systematically identifying and removing barriers in our buildings.
All our new buildings will follow our Inclusive Design Standard as we continue to look for design solutions to make our buildings accessible and inclusive to everyone.
Download our DisabledGo App on Apple iOS
Download our DisabledGo App on Google Play
Read about access and inclusion as part of our approach to sustainability.
Access our Inclusive Design Standard.
Find out more about our Transforming UCL programme.
If you would like further information about UCL’s facilities and support please email: firstname.lastname@example.org.