If you or your guests have any access requirements that require specific assistance or prior organisation then please contact us.
The UCLan campus is wheelchair accessible with lift access to all floors.
British Sign Language interpreters will be present at the ceremony. If you or any of your guests are deaf and require seats reserved in a suitable position to view the interpreter, please contact us.
Graduates: your seat will be reserved in the Ceremony Hall so that you can sit with your course colleagues however we may allocate a seat for you at the end of the row to provide easy access. University ushers will provide any assistance you may require to escort you to and from the presentation platform. We will discuss these arrangements with you when you arrive at the Ceremony. Please contact us if you have a Guide Dog so that we can allow extra space.
Guests: Please contact us if you have a guest attending who will be accompanied by a guide dog so that we can reserve a seat with extra space.
Graduates: your place will be reserved in the Ceremony Hall so that you can sit with your course colleagues if possible. There will be ramp access onto the presentation platform and we will discuss the arrangements with you when you arrive in the Ceremony Hall.
Guests: for safety reasons, there are designated areas in the Ceremony Hall for guests who are wheelchair users. Please contact us if your guest(s) require a wheelchair space.
Please note that the University is not able to provide wheelchairs for use at the Graduation Ceremony.
Graduates: your seat will be reserved in the Ceremony Hall so that you can sit with your course colleagues; we may however allocate a seat at the end of the row for easy access. There will be ramp access with handrails at each end of the presentation platform and, where possible, University ushers will provide any assistance that you may require to escort you to and from the platform. Please contact us if you have any concerns so we can discuss these with you before the Ceremony.
Guests: there is lift access to the Ceremony Hall and specific, easily accessible rows will be reserved for guests with mobility difficulties however guests are free to choose where they would like to sit and it is not usually necessary to reserve specific seats.