Accessibility - Our Commitment

The University of Manchester Students' Union is committed to having a fully accessible building so everyone can use our facilities and participate in our events, meetings, gigs and parties.

The Advice Service has relocated to the first floor of the Students’ Union with an accessible entrance and passenger lift

We're constantly improving the accessibility in our building and we were the first Students' Union in the country to be awarded the ‘Access Challenge: Most Improved’ by NUS. The Access Challenge, established to improve access in Students’ Unions, is a partnership between the NUS, national charity Attitude is Everything, Disabled Go and the Changing Places Campaign. To read more about this award click here.

We have also been busy working with Attitude is Everything, a national charity dedicated to improving Deaf and disabled people's access to music venues. We're proud to announce that we have recently been awarded Silver status, and we're working towards Gold. Click here to read more.

If you're visiting the Students' Union or one of the Academy Venues, click here to read about accessibility in our building and to let us know of any access requirements you may have.