Graduation in pictures
Ravensbourne is committed to achieving equality, diversity, and inclusion for disabled and/or neurodivergent students and visitors. We understand disabilities can be visible as much as invisible.
Please find below more information about our main building’s accessibility.
View our full IDE strategy.
Lifts are marked inside the Ravensbourne University London building. There are four main lifts, two to service even-numbered floors, and two to service uneven-numbered floors. Once you pass through the entrance, the lifts are on both sides of the building.
To reduce your carbon footprint and to ensure lifts are available for those who need them, please use the stairs.
The nearest drop-off point to the building is the loading bay. There is also a suitable place adjacent to the building to transfer out of the car into a wheelchair. For The Institute for Creativity and Technology, there is a drop-off point outside the Prototyping rear door.
We have a limited number of parking spaces on-site for Blue Badge holders. If you're visiting Ravensbourne for an event, please book in advance by emailing [email protected] . Please be aware you will be required to display your blue badge.
Our main building is accessible via a wheelchair-accessible powered door and barriers at its main entrance.
You can find wheelchair-accessible toilets on each floor. All toilets at Ravensbourne are gender-neutral to encourage gender diversity and inclusion.
If you would like to familiarize yourself with the building before coming in, please have a look at our virtual building tours.
Ravensbourne University London will book British Sign Language interpreters on request for its in-house events with 2 or more weeks' notice. To arrange an interpreter, please contact us.
Enjoy our building tours at Ravensbourne on Wednesday's afternoons, where students are mostly at home, and the building is free from the liveliness of students circulating in the building. You can also visit our buildings online on our virtual tours.
Our main University building has quiet spaces for students, staff, and visitors. You can use this space for:
Ravensbourne University is also equipped with its First Aid Room on the Ground Floor which can be used for health requirements as:
Rest (e.g. recovery from a seizure or rest during pregnancy)
Breastfeeding or expressing milk
Other health reasons
Guide and assistance dogs are welcome within our buildings. We will provide water for them if required.
Ravensbourne’s Student Services also provides assistance, support, advice, and provision for disabled and/or neurodivergent students.
If you would like to discover more about the support Ravensbourne University London offers to its students, please visit the links below or contact [email protected]. If you require more information about our venue’s accessibility, please email [email protected].
Ravensbourne University London
6 Penrose Way
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