Coronavirus (Covid-19) Information


It is hoped this website will help you find your way around the academic buildings at Bangor University. It will tell you where to park, if there are lifts and the safe refuge points you need to go to if an emergency situation arises.

As parts of Bangor are hilly, e.g College Park, it may be an idea to familiarise yourself with the area before starting work / study at the University. The environment may present barriers to people with mobility difficulties and some of our older buildings may also be difficult to access. Wherever possible, reasonable adjustments are made to meet particular requirements. We are always pleased to meet prospective students, at Open Days, or at another convenient time. Just contact one of our Disability Advisers and we will be happy to meet you and make arrangements to show you around.

Use our maps and videos

On each of the pages for each building we have provided a link to the University site map and also to a Google Map which pinpoints each building. For information on how to get from one part of Bangor to another you can also use our videos – such as the one about getting to College Road.


The Disability Service is also using what3words to make our location as accessible as possible. Our what3words address is shown below, please click on the link:

College Road Entrance: ///fittingly.reclusive.sofa

Love Lane Entrance: ///shaped.passively.evenings

Useful information on physical access

This information was compiled by Alistair Davies, a Bangor University student during his internship with Disability Services.

Getting Around Bangor University

Travel information for Bangor University

All the public transport information you need to know for travelling in and around Bangor.

Halls of Residence

See Student Accommodation at Bangor University or if you have specific questions regarding facilities in the Halls of Residence, contact the Halls Office: or phone 01248 383944.


Updated 28.05.2020