The University will endeavour to make its facilities accessible to all students. All buildings are designed and constructed in accordance with the appropriate Australian standards.
All major renovations are checked for accessibility and there is an ongoing exercise to make all established buildings accessible for students with a disability.
Please note that some lifts may have limited access, especially after hours.
Student guide to campus accessibility
Wheelchair accessible facilities
Building Location Business (Building 2) Level 2, 3, 4 Computer Lab Precinct (Building 1b) Level 1 Health Sciences and Medicine (Building 5) Every floor Faculty of Society & Design (Building 1a) Level 1 Legal Skills (Building 4a) Every floor West Tower (Building 7) Level 1 Sports Centre (Building 9) Level 2 (Air lock door to be negotiated) Sustainable Development (Building 3) Level 1, 2 University Centre (Building 6) Level 3
View the map to find wheelchair accessible facilities.
Some student housing on campus is available with modified bathroom facilities to accommodate wheelchairs.
For more information, contact:
+61 7 5595 5000
Bond University Library
Bond University Library provides services and facilities to assist students with disabilities and medical conditions. Assistance for students is based on needs, which are assessed by Student Services. Further assistance may be provided by special arrangement to meet particular needs.
An Assistive Technology Room (ATR) has been established in Room 66 on level 4 (1_4_66). Students need to contact the Disability Officer to gain priority use and access to this room. In addition to the standard software available on all University computers, "Dragon Naturally Speaking" and "Read&Write Gold" are available for students who require this software. Self-service bookings, for a maximum session of 2 hours, can be made through the calendar. Features of the room include automated door entry and exit, duress alert buttons to the front desk, height adjustable desk and a dimmer switch to adjust lighting levels.
There is also a height adjustable PC workstation in the Main Library (main desk/coffee shop level) that is reserved for students with special requirements.
To view the campus map outlining wheelchair accessible toilets, click the button below.
Parking spaces are available for people with short or long term disability issues. A current Queensland Transport Disability Parking Permit will be required to entitle the holder to parking privilege. Students who require disabled parking should apply via the Queensland Department of Transport and Main Roads - Disability Parking Permit Scheme.
Vehicle parking for students and staff is free of charge. Every student, regardless of their circumstances, must complete a vehicle registration form and obtain a sticker from the Security Office prior to parking on campus.
Read more about Parking on campus.