Access support services
There is lots of support available at York St John University.
Have a look at the teams below and see how they can benefit you on your student journey.
Disability advice (including Disabled Students' Allowances)
Assistive technology support and digital training
Library services, including finding your academic liaison librarian and accessibility services
Not sure where to go or who to ask? Come along to a Quiet Café or email us at email@example.com
To help you find your way around you can download a copy of our campus map:
You can also watch our campus tour video.
Use the links below to see photos of rooms in the Skell and De Grey buildings. Some of these rooms may be where your lectures, seminars and examinations are held. The rooms are typically set up in the format you see in the photos.
Quiet places to study
There are many places to study on campus, including the university library and general study areas. There are also specialist areas for some courses including psychology laboratories and art studios.
Here are some of the spaces on campus you may wish to study:
- University library - the third floor of the library is a silent floor, and is a very quiet area to study.
- Holgate building - there are booths and tables located around the ground floor of the Holgate building. The building is open 24/7 and is a quiet place during evenings, weekends and holiday periods such as Easter.
- De Grey - the ground and first floors have desk areas, including computers to work on. These areas are typically quiet.
- Students' Union - the SU has a bar and cafe, both suitable for studying.
- Quiet room in the chapel - this room is a very comfy, quiet room with controllable heating, a kitchenette with kettle, and a sofa. This is also a good space to relax.