We understand that some students may need an adaptable room, which is why we offer a range of accessible en-suite rooms and studios across our 7-residences.
We want you to have the choice of accommodation and make Lincoln your home from home.
The following accessible rooms are available across our residences:
- St Marks en-suite
- Valentine Court en-suite
- The Gateway en-suite
- The Gateway studio
- 179 High Street en-suite
- 179 High Street studio
- Viking House en-suite
- Cygnet Wharf en-suite (first-year only accommodation)
- Lincoln Courts en-suite
The facilities and specification of each room vary but, in general, you can expect to find:
- three-quarter bed
- fitted wardrobe with adjustable rail
- adjustable height desk
- fitted shelving and storage at various levels
- wheelchair friendly wetroom with shower, sink, toilet and support handles
- Some rooms have fitted emergency cords and alarms
- Communal kitchens include adjustable height worktops with sinks, low-level cupboards and side opening ovens
Everything listed above, as well as:
- induction hob
- conventional oven
- table and chair for eating
All the accommodations have lifts, except Lincoln Courts and Valentine Court. Accessible rooms in both these residences are located on the ground floor.
Most residences have automatic doors throughout the building including, external, apartment and room doors.
Most residences have a small number of disabled parking spaces.
Choosing the right accommodation for you
Once you have accepted your place at the University of Lincoln you will receive an email from Accommodation Services inviting you to apply for accommodation via the Student Portal.
If you believe you have additional requirements due to a disability or medical condition that will affect your accommodation allocation, please email email@example.com separately from your application.
Alternatively, if would like help in choosing the right accommodation for you, please do not hesitate to get in touch with the team before booking.
Once you have completed your accommodation application, Student Wellbeing and Accommodation Services will work together to allocate you a room in one of your preferred residences that is suitable for your needs. Any additional equipment can be fitted ahead of you moving in.
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