Accessibility on campus
Wheelchair users are welcome and should normally be able to take any route across the campus. The campus is not level, so there are some slopes, including a couple of quite steep paths.
For more information on the DisabledGo assessment of our campus and facilities, please visit www.equality.salford.ac.uk/page/accessibility.
Access to buildings
All buildings have level or ramped access. Ramped access to Peel Building is at the rear and entry is by security card, which will be issued to regular users. There is an intercom connected to the Maxwell Building 24-hour security control room for the use of unexpected visitors. At Allerton and Adelphi Buildings access is from the car park areas, rather than from main reception.
All buildings on the campus have lifts except Chapman, Myers, Venables, Horlock/Constantine Courts, Business House, Technology House and Irwell Valley.
In Maxwell Hall there is no lift to the Balcony level but access to the Main Hall is via Maxwell Building Level 3 and to the Lower Hall, from the Well between the Maxwell Hall and Maxwell Building.
In University House, lifts are available to all levels.
All buildings on the campus have toilets adapted for visitors using wheelchairs except Newton Annexe, Lankester, Myers and Horlock/Constantine Courts.
All University building are equipped with a Deaf Alerter radio-based fire alarm warning and public address messaging system.
At Castle Irwell, Bramall and Matthias Courts there are no particular facilities for visitors in wheelchairs and it is advisable to make enquiries in advance with the Accommodation Office before visiting. Reception staff will provide assistance on site. The Accommodation Office or Conference Office will advise on the University's residential provision for disabled persons.
Salford Crescent train station
Salford Crescent train station is on campus, but is not part of the University. Access to and from the platform is by stepped ramp.