Key Features

38 Mappin Street Building provides a high standard of exam accommodation for students. The rooms vary in size, offering flexible learning spaces that support quiet study and minimise distractions.  The building is fully accessible and facilities include male, female and gender neutral toilets and space for students to wash and pray. Based on Mappin Street, in the heart of the city campus, there is easy access to the Diamond and University libraries.  These pages are designed as a resource to help you get an understanding of what to expect from your exam support adjustment venue and to aid with orientation. During exam periods, invigilators are on hand to guide and advise, ensuring that students
have the best possible opportunities to succeed.

Key features of the building include: -

  • Drinking fountains on every floor
  • Male, female and disabled toilets on every floor
  • Gender neutral toilet (ground floor)
  • Printing facilities (ground floor)
  • Male and Female Prayer Rooms (lower ground floor)
  • Male and Female Wash Rooms (lower ground floor)

38 Mappin Street is Number 175 on the University Location Map.

You can get a copy of the University Location Map by visiting the SSiD which is located in the Students' Union building and is open Monday to Friday 9am to 5pm (except for bank holidays) or download it from the Information for Visitors web pages.

2nd Floor Corridor

Hercules

1st Floor Workroom Slant