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Disabled Go and Campus Accessibility

Northumbria has formed a new partnership with the UK's leading provider of access information, Disabled Go, to give staff, students and visitors to the University detailed, online accessibility guides to our campuses.

With the new Northumbria Disabled Go guide, The University has joined with hundreds of other public organisations, places of interest, restaurants and more on the Disabled Go website which is the go to place on the internet for people who need accessibility information. 

The new Guide gives those planning a visit to the University all the information they need to navigate their way around the campus, providing useful photos and descriptions of key features of the buildings and where to locate accessible entrances, facilities and services.  Disability Go also provide a 'key access' review for each venue, so visitors can see at a glance if there are facilities such as accessible entrances or a hearing system.












The Guides are designed for anyone who might find additional information useful in helping them to get around the University and the initiative represents the University’s commitment to ensuring an inclusive, diverse and accessible campus.




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