How to find a room

Your timetable will contain all the information you need to find your room.

How to identify on-campus or online learning sessions in your timetable view

The yellow example shows what an on-campus activity looks like on your timetable: a 10:00-13:00 session, running in LJ1.80 Multi User Lab (the on-campus location). This is a practical (type of activity), and part of the CHE-10061 module.

The green example shows an online-only activity: an 11:00-12:00 session, running only (i.e. there is no on-campus location). It is part of the MAN-30041 module.

 

Timetable view on campus and online sessions

 

How to understand the on-campus location

If you are unsure about what the on-campus location means, here's an example (the full list of codes is in the table below):

CBA1.023 

  • The first two or three letters represent a particular building (see list below). In this case CBA indicates Chancellors Building Block A.
  • This is followed by a single number representing the floor of the building (0=Ground, 1=1st, 2=2nd). In the example it is on the first floor.
  • Finally, the unique room number is given, prefixed by a ‘.’, the room is 023.
  • So this room code means Chancellors Building Block A, first floor, room 023.

Keele building codes

Building abbreviation

Building name

CBA

Chancellors Building Block A

CBB

Chancellors Building Block B

CBC

Chancellors Building Block C

CH

Clock House

CM

Claus Moser Building

CR

Colin Reeves Building

CSL

Central Scince Labs

DH

Dorothy Hodgkin Building

DJW

David Weatherall Building

DW

Darwin Building

HNB

Hornbeam Building

HUB

Sustainability Hub

HUX

Huxley Building

JA

Jack Ashley

KBS

Keele Business School

KH

Keele Hall

LDF

Lindsay Studio

LIB

Library

PC-LIB

PC Library

LJ

Lennard- Jones Building

Mac

MacKay Building

MB

Media Building

SCG

Sports Centre

SLC

Science Learning Centre

SIH

Smart Innovation Hub

WM

Walter Moberly

WMB

Walter Moberly Basement

WS

William Smith Building