University of Kent's Canterbury campus

Findings from accessibility tour of Canterbury campus

The latest accessibility tour of the Canterbury campus took place on 20 November.

The accessibility tour is an initiative resulting from the Disability Staff Network’s aim to better understand the campus experience for disabled members of staff or students.

For the latest tour, Network members met at the student entrance of the registry and walked around the campus viewing main external access routes. · ​

Findings from the tour were that the University is making good provision for disabled students and staff. Much has been done to improve the built environment over the last few years – and since the last external Canterbury tour – and previously reported issues have been actioned.

The full summary of the latest accessibility tour highlights a number of these improvements and areas where further work is required.