Our Campus and Facilities

The University of Lincoln’s award-winning city centre campus provides a modern student-centred community. Based on the picturesque Brayford Pool marina, everything you need is either on campus or a short walk away.

On-campus accommodation

The on-campus Student Village is a waterfront accommodation complex, close to the University's academic, support and social facilities and just a short walk from the city centre.

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The Library

The library is open 24/7 for the majority of the academic year. Resources include more than 250,000 printed books and over 400,000 electronic books and journals, as well as databases and specialist collections.

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The Isaac Newton Building

As the new home of Lincoln's Schools of Engineering, Computer Science, and Mathematics and Physics, and the base for the University's growing strategic partnership with Siemens, the £28 million Isaac Newton Building represents a vibrant hub of academic teaching and learning, pioneering research, and collaboration with international industrial partners. 

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The Joseph Banks Laboratories

The Joseph Banks Laboratories provide students in the Schools of Chemistry, Life Sciences and Pharmacy with specialist laboratories, equipped with industry-standard equipment.

The Joseph Banks Laboratories are part of a larger redevelopment project, the Science and Innovation Park.

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Janet Lane-Claypon Building

The purpose-built Janet Lane-Claypon Building offers specialist laboratories and teaching spaces, including large chemistry teaching laboratories fitted with industry-standard equipment and a dedicated analytical suite.

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David Chiddick Building

The David Chiddick Building is home to Lincoln International Business School. The building provides students with teaching and learning spaces including lecture theatres, workshop rooms, and an IT and language lab.

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Nicola de la Haye and Peter de Wint Buildings

Designed by world-renowned architect Rick Mather, these inter-connected buildings provide a creative and technical hub for courses related to art, architecture, and design. The buildings features their own industry-standard studios and workshops, as well as a gallery, cafe, and social areas.

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Alfred Tennyson Building

The Alfred Tennyson Building is equipped with industry-standard media suites providing specialist broadcast television, radio and sound equipment. The building is also home to television studios, photography studios and radio editing suites. Siren Radio, our on-campus community radio station, is also based here.

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The Sarah Swift Building

The Sarah Swift Building is home to the School of Health and Social Care and School of Psychology. The building houses specialist teaching and research spaces for both Schools, as well as general teaching and learning facilities for use by the wider University.

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Lincoln Performing Arts Centre

The Lincoln Performing Arts Centre (LPAC) is a £6 million purpose-built theatre complex which runs its own unique programme of public arts events throughout the year, ranging from professional touring theatre to weekly live jazz in its bar and café. It includes a 450-seat theatre and three large studio spaces for performance and rehearsal.

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The Sports Centre

The Sports Centre provides access to extensive fitness facilities, including five-a-side football pitches, a double sports hall, squash courts and a well-equipped gym. The site is also home to the Human Performance Centre, where Sport and Exercise Science students can benefit from specialist equipment for study and research.

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The Enterprise Building

The Enterprise Building is home to our Careers and Employability Service, a dedicated team of qualified advisors who can offer advice and support to maximise the opportunities available upon graduating. This building is also home to Sparkhouse Studios, where entrepreneurial students can access expertise and resources to support their own businesses.

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The Stephen Langton Building

The Stephen Langton Building is a leading conference facility in Lincoln, featuring a large auditorium, IT centre, and research and development space. The building hosts an annual programme of events that are open to students and the general public, which can be found in our What's On guide.

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The National Centre for Food Manufacturing

Students studying Food Science and Food Technology courses have access to specialist manufacturing and testing equipment at our Holbeach campus. Strategically situated in South Lincolnshire, the campus serves the UK’s largest concentration of food manufacturing businesses, and provides purpose-built facilities.

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Riseholme Park Campus

Situated just three miles north of Lincoln in a beautiful semi-rural setting, our Riseholme campus is home to the Lincoln Institute for Agri-Food Technology (LIAT), offering short courses in agriculture and agronomy, alongside postgraduate and research programmes.

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Investing in Your Future

At Lincoln, we continually invest in our campus as we strive to provide the best learning environment for our students. We understand the importance of giving you the strongest possible foundation to help you achieve your aspirations. Whatever your chosen subject, the University aims to ensure that you have access to the latest equipment and resources so you can develop skills employers want.

Over the past two decades the University of Lincoln has invested more than £300 million to provide a modern, student-centred environment. This includes two major academic buildings and new on-campus student accommodation which opened in 2017.


Top 10 location

The University of Lincoln was rated in the top 10 per cent of UK universities for centralised, convenient facilities in The Times Higher Education Student Experience Survey 2016.

Flexible Learning Spaces

Flexible learning spaces offer students an interactive environment which can be adapted to their needs. They offer a secluded and relaxed space which can be used for peer review, group work or independent study. 
These spaces can be found across campus and are an alternative study option that gives you access to specific equipment and choice of location. 

Check out this tour of our campus by second year Media Production students Callum Mitchell and Jake Hatton.