Info at St Luke's provides a central point of contact.

Investing in facilities on the St Luke's campus

This year we are investing in our facilities on the St Luke’s campus and you may have already noticed a number of exciting changes.

The Students' Guild has opened a brand new space on the St Luke's campus where you will be able to access services such as the advice service and over 220 clubs and societies. The space will also act as a place for student leaders to get the resources they need, while at the same time providing a valuable location for you to relax, study and socialise.

To make space for the new Guild area, the print and copy outlet closed over the summer but all of their services are available online, with daily deliveries being made to the campus information point.  To find out more please visit the Print and Copy website.

The Information Point on the ground floor of South Cloisters has been refreshed and renamed, Info at St Luke’s. Your info point services will provide a central point of contact for all users of the campus and is the place to go for questions about your life as an Exeter student.

Cloisters Café (Nourish@Cloisters) has now been merged with X-Keys to create one dedicated social and catering space on the campus.  A range of items will be available throughout the day.

A new medical sciences teaching laboratory is being constructed in North Cloisters room NC05 (previously the music room). This project is now well underway with completion planned by the end of September.  This will provide the space to teach new medical science courses in state of the art science facilities.

Across the campus we have been brightening up our buildings and improving signage; we have repointed the exterior of North Cloisters; the roof and windows of Giraffe House are being replaced; we are upgrading the Sports & Health Sciences laboratories and you should spot improved map displays and fingerpost signs.

Later in the year, we have plans to:

  • Re-decorate large parts of North Cloisters particularly around the entrance to NC12
  • Improve public transport provision to the campus

In Summer 2017, the space in X-Keys will be reviewed to make sure it is appropriate for the needs of all campus users

If you have any comments or questions, please contact

Date: 27 September 2016

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