Campus map and facilities
We have a range of academic buildings, facilities and student accommodation on the Sussex campus.
You can download our campus map [PDF 286.43MB] to see the location of all campus buildings.
The map will evolve to reflect changes to the campus. Email firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any comments about the current map.
Check the website Disabledgo to find out how to access our buildings if, for instance, you are using a wheelchair or walking aid.
As a visitor to the University, you can explore our world-class resources at our campus library which includes:
- 750,000 books and e-books
- 38,000 online journals
- databases for research
- online subject guides
- digital archives.
Our library is open to everyone and we offer a range of visitor memberships. If you are a University of Sussex student or staff member, you are automatically a member of the library.
If you are visiting the library for the first time, you must report to our reception desk and show some form of identification and fill out a form. This is so that we can provide you with a visitor pass. See our opening times.
In the library, you can choose from quiet, silent or group study spaces and benefit from computing facilities and wi-fi in all areas. You can also buy academic textbooks in our University bookshop.
Conferences and events
You can book a range of events for 10 to up to 250 delegates at our Conference Centre, which includes a modern suite of eight conference rooms.
Banks, shops, cafés and bars
We have two sports centres on campus, and Sussexsport provides opportunities for University staff, students and the community to lead an active and healthy lifestyle.
Our health facilities on campus include:
The University's childcare facilities are available to staff and students for children aged four months to five years.
Chaplaincy and Meeting House
Come and discover The Meeting House and the University Chaplaincy at Sussex.
The Boundary Walk
Discover the Boundary Walk [PDF 375KB] and Stanmer Park.