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josie71202
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does anyone know about the St Mary's campus or Royal Holloway campus and how accessible they are like is there huge hills everywhere and things
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I don't like the royal holloway area. but the uni is super. it belongs to ULU.
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Royal Holloway's campus is sat on top of a hill, so the campus slopes upwards/downwards (depending on which direction you're heading in!)
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(Original post by The_Lonely_Goatherd)
Royal Holloway's campus is sat on top of a hill, so the campus slopes upwards/downwards (depending on which direction you're heading in!)
ok so maybe not for me
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(Original post by holly6901)
ok so maybe not for me
I guess it depends on why you're asking. There are def wheelchair users at RHUL, for example.

Why not email the DDS (Disability and Dyslexia Service) at RHUL, to voice your concerns and see what they say/recommend? [email protected]
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