University of Chichester, College Lane, Chichester, West Sussex PO19 6PE, UNITED KINGDOM
The University of Chichester aims to be a socially responsible university that is recognised internationally, significant nationally, important regionally and vital locally – not only in teaching and student experience, but also in research and in its diverse communities and the public, private and voluntary sectors. We aspire to be excellent in everything we do and in the services we offer.
The campus is set in beautiful surroundings, with plenty of green space to relax in and the desirable combination of attractive, historic buildings and excellent, modern facilities.
The campus was founded by William Otter, Bishop of Chichester, in 1839 and the original parts of the University still retain a strong sense of history.
In August 2004 saw the grand opening of our brand new, purpose-built and impressive Students’ Union Zeebar. This new provision has vastly improved the facilities and services available to our students.
On campus we have a large refectory (a buzzing meeting point at meal times), a smaller café for students and staff called Holts.
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Learning Resources Centre (LRC)
This award-winning, modern facility has an extensive and regularly refreshed library, complete with a large range of books, papers and journals. The Otter Gallery is also located within the LRC and runs public art exhibitions throughout the year.
The LRC is the perfect place if you need some quiet time for individual study or a convenient space for group work. Wireless connections can also be found in the LRC and the refectory.