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About Durham University
A globally outstanding centre of teaching and research excellence, a collegiate community of extraordinary people, a unique and historic setting – Durham is a university like no other.
Many of our buildings are modern and designed for accessibility but a small number of the colleges and departments in Durham City are ancient, listed buildings where getting around isn't always straightforward. Also, due to the ancient medieval layout of the City, certain limitations can be encountered. However, Durham University strives to make the campus accessible to all users. We do recognise users may encounter limitations around our estate, we do our best to make reasonable adjustments where possible and understand the importance of accurate and practical information on accessibility of our Estate. We welcome the opportunity to work with AccessAble to provide access to such important information for anyone wishing to study, work or visit Durham University.
Durham University is committed to providing inclusive spaces that provide a positive experience for all staff, students and visitors.
For more information on visiting Durham University, please use the site maps below, and for information regarding Student Support and Wellbeing services, please visit our website.