The Lincoln experience is unique. It is academically rigorous, creative and engaging. Working together we will develop your skills, knowledge and critical thinking to give you a professional edge in an exciting, safe and dynamic environment. Join us on a journey that will prepare you for your future. Your first experience of the University is likely to be our fantastic campus, based in the heart of Lincoln. Facilities include: • The University Library , a stunning award-winning learning resource. • The Enterprise Building , home to our Careers & Employability Service. • Sparkhouse Studios , our award-winning new business incubation unit. • The Sports and Recreation Centre, offering on-site sports and fitness facilities, five-a-side pitches, badminton courts, saunas and a gym. • Lincoln Performing Arts Centre, which boasts a 450-seat theatre and regularly stages plays, comedies and concerts. • The Engine Shed and Tower Bars – with a capacity of 1,750 – forms the heart of social life on campus. • A range of places to grab a bite to eat and meet with friends. • The University’s accommodation complex, the Student Village, is on campus with everything you need on your doorstep. Please see pages 012-013. State-of-the-art School Facilities Subject-specific facilities include: • The Media, Humanities and Technology Building, which is fully equipped to industry standard with media suites, photographic studios and radio editing suites. • The Architecture Building, a purpose-built centre for architecture, art and design programmes. • The Science Building , providing hi-tech labs and workshops. • A Human Performance Centre, providing a Regional Centre of Excellence in Sport, Coaching and Exercise Science. • The Engineering Hub, the first purpose-built facility of its kind in the UK for more than 20 years. • The Business & Law Building, includes lecture theatres, IT labs, workshop rooms and a moot court. Cathedral Quarter The Cathedral Quarter Campus houses some of our Art and courses. The campus is split between two main buildings: Chad Varah House and the Greestone Centre – both situated in Lincoln’s historic Cathedral Quarter. Riseholme Park Campus Riseholme Park Campus provides facilities for our students studying agricultural courses. Just three miles north of Lincoln, Riseholme offers a specialist teaching and learning environment within a beautiful parkland campus. Holbeach Campus Students studying Food Science and Food Technology courses have access to specialist food manufacturing and testing equipment at the National Centre for Food Manufacture at the Holbeach Campus in south Lincolnshire. Investing in your Future At Lincoln we’re constantly investing in our campus to provide the best learning environment for our students.