Your environmental wellbeing
What surrounds you each day in your home, on campus, or in your neighbourhood and the resources available to you can affect your health. You can’t always choose what’s in the environments you live, study, or play in. However, taking small steps to make your environments safer and more accessible can help keep you healthier.
If you have any questions or concerns about your university accommodation in Buckingham, please contact the Accommodation Office.
Phone: 01280 820351
The Accommodation Office holds information about reputable local landlords/letting agents for students looking to live off-campus in the Buckingham area.
Students in Crewe should contact ABHSC if they have any queries about student accommodation.
Where to direct queries about buildings/estates
If you have any questions or concerns about buildings or other features of the Buckingham campus, please contact Estates.
Phone: 01280 820352
Access issues (disability)
If there is a disability-related reason why you are having difficulty accessing any of the university’s buildings, you are welcome to raise this directly with the staff who are responsible for that service or building.
Further information about disability-related adjustments can be found on our Disability and Access page.
Health and safety
Students, as well as University staff, have a responsibility to keep themselves and others safe. Please pay attention to safety signage on campus and advice provided by university staff during your time with us.
You should also familiarise yourself with the University’s safety policies and procedures.
Students staying in university accommodation should ensure they have read their accommodation contract in full.
Security are based at the Hunter Street Campus and provide 24-hour cover and regular patrols of all the campuses at Hunter Street and Verney Park. In an emergency and out of hours you can call Security. All Security staff are First Aid trained
Buckingham Campus: Call 07860 834 802 (24-hours)
Crewe Campus: Call 01270 353131
For information on COVID-19 visit the Universities Coronavirus Advice and Guidance pages.