Finding your way around
Most events will take place around UCL’s Main Quad. There will be signage to help you find venues but please also feel free to ask the student volunteers who will be wearing yellow t-shirts. You can find a map at the back of this guide.
First aid post
A St John Ambulance team will be on call throughout the day should you require first aid. The team will be located in the North Lodge by the Gower Street entrance to the Main Quad. All members of UCL staff wearing red t-shirts have radios and can call St John Ambulance in an emergency.
UCL is investing millions of pounds in its estate and as a result you may notice renovation work being carried out on campus. We recommend that you access the Bloomsbury campus from Gower Street to avoid disruption.
Visitors seeking a place to leave their belongings may use the left luggage services at King’s Cross St Pancras and Euston Stations. We do not have the facilities to look after suitcases, bags or other belongings on campus. Items left unattended may be removed or destroyed. Please do not ask the stewards to look after your items.
Visitors with disabilities
Staff from Student Disability Services are available in the Advice Lounge, which will be located in the Haldane Room, off North Cloisters, from 2-7pm. If you would like to speak confidentially to a Disability Advisor please visit the information stand and a team member will be able to arrange for you to speak with them in a private room nearby.
Quiet Contemplation Room
Visitors seeking a quiet space during the Graduate Open Day may use UCL’s Quiet Contemplation Room. The room can be found between the Bernard Katz building and Gordon Street houses.