LSE Faith Centre
The LSE Faith Centre is based on the second floor of the Saw Swee Hock Student Centre, with lift access available. It is a suite of rooms, including a large room for events, a social space, a quiet area for prayer and meditation and male and female Muslim prayer rooms, as well as the Chaplain’s office. All staff and students are welcome to use the Faith Centre as a space for prayer and religious worship, for interfaith dialogue and as a place for quiet reflection on a hectic campus.
The Faith Centre is also used by different LSESU faith societies for worship and discussion. Jummah prayers are held on Fridays at 1:15pm at the Venue, in the basement of the Saw Swee Hock Student Centre. More information on what is going on in the Faith Centre and religious provision at LSE can be found online at www.lse.ac.uk/faithcentre and any questions can be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org. The Faith Centre will be open all day and everyone is welcome, you do not need an LSE card to enter.
Disabled access to campus buildings
The School's Student Disability and Well-being Service is located in the Old Building, ground floor, room OLD G.23. It provides guidance and information about services for disabled students. Any inaccessible activity will be moved to accommodate students with mobility difficulties, Disability and Well-being Service staff can advise. For more information and an accessibility campus map please see the disabled access information (PDF)
Access guides to LSE buildings
DisabledGo have produced detailed access guides to the LSE campus and residences, and route maps between key locations. These are available at lse.ac.uk/DisabledGo
Following extensive discussions with the Network of Disabled Staff and Students (NODSS), LSESU LGBT Alliance and Spectrum, it was agreed that accessible facilities should be re-assigned as gender neutral facilities (PDF) by the LSE Estates Division. Check here for the exact location of these facilities (PDF).