|The Alfred Tennyson Building (ATB)||Bridge House (BH)|
|The Alfred Tennyson Building is equipped with media suites providing the latest broadcast television, radio and sound equipment, as well as television, photographic studios and radio editing suites. Siren FM, our on-campus community radio station, is based here.||Bridge House is home to the College of Social Science, Lincoln Institute for Health, Lincoln Law School, School of Education and School of Social and Political Sciences. The building includes a 100 seat lecture room, a moot court for students to practice advocacy and a common room for students and staff.|
|Charlotte Scott Building (CSB)||David Chiddick Building (DCB)|
|The Charlotte Scott Building is home to the Estates and Campus Services departments. The Charlotte Scott Building is located adjacent to Minster House.||The David Chiddick Building, home to the Lincoln International Business School, is a student-centred space, complete with lecture theatres.
The building is also has a café.
|The Enterprise Building (ENT)||Isaac Newton Building (INB)|
|The Enterprise Building is home to the Careers and Employability Service, where students can access advice and support to maximise the opportunities available upon graduating. The building also houses our business incubation units, Sparkhouse Studios.||The Isaac Newton Building includes teaching, learning and research space for the Schools of Computer Science, Engineering and Maths & Physics. It is also the home of the College of Science Executive Office and Siemens Turbomachinery. A key feature of the building is the turbine workshop which is visible as you walk past.|
|Janet Lane-Claypon Building (JLC)||Joseph Banks Laboratories (JBL)|
|The Janet Lane-Claypon Building is the base for laboratory-based instruction in Chemistry, Life Sciences and Pharmacy. The building includes flexible lab space used by all undergraduates in these subjects, as well as smaller specialist teaching and research spaces.||The Joseph Banks Laboratories provides cutting-edge facilities for undergraduate and postgraduate students and staff in the Schools of Chemistry, Life Sciences and Pharmacy. JBL is also a part of the Lincoln Science & Innovation Park.|
|Junxion (JUN)||Library (UL)|
|The Junxion is part of our ongoing development of flexible learning and social spaces around campus. The space comprises seminar rooms, lecture rooms and Library Learning Lounges for group and individual study.||The Library provides a wide range of services and facilities, as well as support and guidance to students on the use of information services and study skills. Learning spaces include a quiet study floor, group rooms, dissertation study areas and a Learning Lounge.|
|LPAC (PA)||Minerva Building (MB)|
|The LPAC is home to our Dance and Drama programmes. The building also houses a 450-seat public auditorium for comedy, music and theatre, as well as the Zing café bar.||The Minerva Building is home to the Student Support Centre, ICT Service Desk and professional support departments. This building has 26 bookable spaces along with a Library Learning Lounge on the third floor.|
|Minster House (MIH)||Nicola de la Haye Building (NDH)|
|Minster House is home to the School of Life Sciences’ Animal Behaviour, Cognition and Welfare research group. The building is also part of Lincoln Science & Innovation Park (LSIP) – to find out more, go to lincolnsciencepark.co.uk||The Nicola de la Haye Building is home to the College of Arts, alongside the Peter de Wint Building. The building also houses the art shop, cafe, and several studios including the fashion and photography studios.|
|One Campus Way (OCW)||Peter De Wint Building (PDW)|
|One Campus Way is home to the Lincoln Academy of Learning and Teaching. The building also houses the launderette for the Student Village which can be accessed by students living on campus.||The Peter De Wint Building is home to the College of Arts, alongside the Nicola de la Haye Building. It houses subjects such as Graphic and Creative Design.|
|Sarah Swift Building (SSB)||Sports & Recreation Centre (HP)|
|The Sarah Swift Building is home to the Schools of Health and Social Care, Psychology and the Centre for Professional Development. Completed in June 2017, the building includes specialist teaching spaces and laboratories for research.||The University’s Sports Centre houses a large selection of modern sports facilities. These include a fully equipped fitness centre with cardio and strength equipment, an eight court sports hall, squash courts, outdoor football and hockey pitches, a dance studio and saunas.|
|Stephen Langton Building (SLB)||Students’ Union|
|The Stephen Langton Building is home to the College of Arts Executive Office. It is also a conference facility, with a 250 seat auditorium and breakout space. It attracts high-profile speakers from around the world, hosting an annual programme of events that are open to students and the general public.||The Students’ Union includes the Tower Bar, Engine Shed, The Platform and the SU offices. The Tower Bar is a student bar with social activities. The Engine Shed is Lincoln’s premier live performance venue, with a busy annual programme of events.|
|Student Wellbeing Centre||The Swan|
|The Student Wellbeing Centre is home to dedicated professional staff who support you before and during your studies. The range of support services they provide includes the disability service and counselling for students.||The Swan is an on-campus entertainment venue with a restaurant and bar. It is run by the Students’ Union, offering discounts on food and drink for students. To find out more information, visit lincolnsu.com|
|Think Tank (THT)||Village Hall|
|The Think Tank provides lettable office space for businesses along with teaching, learning and research space for the University.
The building includes meeting rooms and a café.
|Village Hall has dedicated seminar and meeting rooms for University courses.|
|Witham House||Witham Wharf (WIW)|
|Witham House is home to the University of Lincoln Chaplaincy and provides dedicated space for both staff and students alike for prayer. The Chaplaincy also hosts a regular lunch made from vegetables from the Edible Garden when available.||The ground floor of Witham Wharf houses the International Office and the ICT project office.|