A world class University on your doorstep
The University is committed to being a good neighbour and is working to ensure its impact on the local area is both enriching and beneficial.
Our aim is to maximise the benefits of the University of Worcester to our neighbours and the local community.
Our relationship with our local community is very important to us and we maintain close links with local residents' associations, community groups, the police and other agencies.
Make use of our facilities
Situated on our City Campus, the McClelland Centre for health and wellbeing offers an exciting and innovative new approach to personal health and fitness for visitors to the University of Worcester. First-class exercise facilities, nutritional advice, massage and counselling are all catered for in one dedicated centre. Whatever your health levels, we can help you become fitter, healthier and reach your personal goals faster to ensure you get the best out of life.
A joint venture between the University and Worcestershire County Council, The Hive is an exceptional £60 million facility housing the library and history centre as well as being the first point of contact for most council enquiries. The Hive increases the learning resources, technology, study and social spaces available to you as a University of Worcester student.
Bus travellers can use the conveniently located number 31 stop, which is right outside the Students’ Union .
Students as good neighbours
We encourage our students to be good neighbours, asking them to be aware of their responsibilities as members of the community, not to let themselves down and to avoid causing offence or impacting negatively on the lives of their fellow citizens.
Many students make a significant personal contribution and commitment to the city through their volunteering work while at university and many stay in Worcester after graduation to follow their careers and make their homes here.
Local community news
Wednesday, 13 May 2015
The 28th August – 6th September will see Europe’s leading wheelchair basketball nations descend upon the University of Worcester to battle it out for both the prestigious European Championship title and a place at next year's Rio Paralympics.
Friday, 08 May 2015
Two Worcester museums are linking up to provide a challenge for the city’s armchair sleuths as part of this year’s Museums at Night festival.
Thursday, 23 April 2015
A new play about the courage, bravery and exception of the women who drove ambulances from the bloody battle-fields to nearby hospitals during the First World War is being performed at The Hive on Saturday 2 May at 2.30pm and 7pm.