Our Campus

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Keele’s main campus has the best of both worlds, from the beautiful estate with woods, lakes and parkland to a buzzing centre of shops, the Students’ Union, cafés and restaurants.



The campus is home to around 70% of our full-time students, as well as a large number of a staff and their families.

There is a supermarket, bookshop, bank and newsagent on campus, as well as a health centre with doctors.

There is also a brand new pharmacy store located on-campus at Keele University. The pharmacy will not only serve students and staff on campus, but also the local community.

​Keele University is pleased to be a part of the International Santander Universities network, and have a Santander bank on campus open to staff, students and the general public. The bank has been working in the education sector for over 20 years and now comprises of over 1,100 universities worldwide.  

Santander branch detailsJosie Humphreys, University Relationship Branch Manager, Santander UK plc, Student Union Building, Keele, Staffordshire, ST5 5BJ.  Tel: 05511 482163 Fax: 01782 631575

We have extensive sports fields, tennis courts and indoor sports facilities including a state-of-the-art Fitness Centre, climbing wall and courts for basketball, five-a-side football, badminton, squash, netball, korfball, karate and aerobics.

We also have an art gallery and ceramic collection, and the University's arboretum boasts one of the largest collections of flowering cherry trees in the country.

Keele also has a custom-built campus at the nearby University Hospitals of North Midlands, including a library, seminar rooms, laboratories and research facilities.

More than 100,000 visitors, guests and delegates enjoy the campus throughout the year at a variety of conferences and events as Keele University is firmly established as one of the country’s top academic venues.

Download our Campus Guide and Map to help you explore our campus.

flowering cherries

Keele University Arboretum

Keele proudly holds the largest flowering cherry collection in Europe, which is central to the work of Arboretum. In 2012 the collection was awarded National Collection status by Plant Heritage.