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What's Open

Last updated on Tuesday 22 September 2020

We are now in Phase 3 of our Road to Reopening @WLV, which means a large number of building and facilities have reopened including libraries and catering outlets. Students will return to campus for teaching and accommodation, whilst adhering to social distancing guidelines, which we will continue to review and make changes where necessary. 

City Campus

If you’re based at our City Campus, you’ll discover it has the friendly and varied atmosphere that comes with being based in a city centre. With Wolverhampton’s high street only a few paces away, you’re within easy reach of all the essentials.

  • Harrison Library for click and collect and bookable study spaces, find out more here: 
  • Starbucks (MC Building) open 8 am - 7:30 pm.
  • The Forum Cafe (MU Lord Swraj Paul Business School)  open 8:30 am - 4 pm.
  • The Cornerhouse Deli (MC Building) open 8 am - 2:30 pm
  • The Campus Store (MD Ambika Paul Building) open 9 am - 5 pm
  • WLV Welcome Point Alan Turing Building (MI) open 9 am - 5 pm
  • WLV Welcome Point Housman Building (MX) open 9 am - 5 pm
  • Teaching rooms
  • The Arena Theatre for teaching only
  • Specialist learning facilities including; Rosalind Franklin Labs and Health Skills Labs

Walsall Campus

At our self-contained Walsall Campus, you'll meet students pursuing their goals in music, dance, sport, education and health. It's a fun and energetic mix, with every discipline benefiting from a campus that's fit-for-purpose.

  • Walsall Library for click and collect and bookable study spaces, find out more here: 
  • Boulevard Coffee Lounge (WN Samuel Johnson Building) open 8 am - 7 pm
  • WLV Welcome Point (WA Jerome K Jerome Building) open 9 am - 5 pm
  • Sports facilities and gym at Walsall Campus are open and are available for use by staff and students, find out more here: 
  • Teaching rooms
  • Specialist learning facilities including; Health Skills Labs, Dance and Drama Studios, and Music Studios.

Telford Campus

Telford Campus provides a range of contrasts: set in the grounds of the Grade II listed, 18th century mansion Priorslee Hall, it's also home to students and companies at the forefront of modern engineering and technology. 

  • Hutchison Library for click and collect and bookable study spaces, find out more here: 
  • The Greenshoots Deli (SA Angad Paul Building) open 8:30 am - 4 pm
  • WLV Welcome Point (SA Angad Paul Building) open 9 am - 5 pm
  • Teaching rooms

Campus Bus

The University campus bus service will restart from Monday 28 September. All students using the buses must adhere to the following guidelines:

  • A face covering must be worn at all times whilst using the bus service unless you are exempt due to a disability. 
  • Only the seats marked with a green tick can be used, the maximum capacity on each bus is 37 students.
  • All Passengers should use on-board hand sanitiser when entering and leaving the bus.
  • University lanyard and/or ID card should be displayed when entering the bus.
  • Conversations with the driver should be kept to a minimum.

There are three campus bus routes, Wolverhampton - Telford - Wolverhampton, Wolverhampton - Walsall - Wolverhampton and Walsall - Telford - Walsall. More information about the routes, including the timetable and bus stop locations, can be found here

Currently closed

All prayer rooms at the University of Wolverhampton remain closed until 2021. The Chaplaincy at the University of Wolverhampton would encourage you to pray at your accommodation or approach the nearest worship place such as mosque, church, temple or gurdwara etc. If you need to contact any of the chaplains, please email: Your query will be answered on the priority basis.

Due to the small size of the City Campus gym, it is not possible at present to implement social distancing measures that meet safety requirements. An update will be issued to students and customers of the gym should this change. For the latest updates on the reopening of our Sports facilities, please visit

PHD rooms (offices) students can access study spaces in the Library as needed; 

Except for libraries and the catering outlets listed above, communal areas, study and social spaces around campuses should not be used. This includes access to seating and PCs in the Houseman (MX) conservatory; the PC spaces on the first-floor‘ deck’ of the Alan Turing (MI) Building at City Campus; and the PCs and social spaces in Samuel Johnson Building (WN) at Walsall Campus. Students who need to use a study space or PC are advised to book a slot in advance through the Library at

Road to Reopening