Alcuin College :: Shared Description

Alcuin College opened in 1967 on the north side of University Road becoming the fourth college at the University of York. The college is located on the Heslington West campus and originally consisted of four accommodation blocks, the college nucleus and the Economics department. The college was essentially rebuilt in 2000 and expanded to include further departments, including Health Science. Accommodation is now available in blocks E through Q (block I doesn't exist). D block is the main administration block and blocks A, B & C are teaching blocks along with Alcuin East Wing. Other new buildings in Alcuin include the Seebohm Rowntree Building (Health Science), Alcuin Research Resource Centre and Franklin House. For more information see LinkExternal link
by DS Pugh
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SE6250 : Alcuin H Block by DS Pugh
SE6250 : Department of Economics by DS Pugh
SE6250 : Daffodils by B block by DS Pugh
SE6250 : Daffodils by Alcuin A/B block by DS Pugh
SE6250 : Birch trees in Alcuin by DS Pugh
SE6250 : Alcuin P block by DS Pugh
SE6250 : Alcuin car park by DS Pugh
SE6250 : 9K for Zoom? by DS Pugh
SE6250 : Alcuin F block by DS Pugh
SE6250 : Alcuin accommodation blocks by DS Pugh
SE6250 : Chemistry C block and bike shed by DS Pugh
SE6250 : HYMS Building by DS Pugh
SE6250 : Alcuin quad by DS Pugh
SE6250 : Science Park roundabout by DS Pugh
SE6250 : Alcuin from Chemistry by DS Pugh
SE6250 : University Road by DS Pugh
SE6251 : Looking towards Alcuin by DS Pugh
SE6250 : Franklin House by DS Pugh
SE6250 : Alcuin D and E blocks by DS Pugh
SE6250 : Alcuin A & B Blocks by DS Pugh
SE6250 : Seebohm Rowntree Building by DS Pugh
SE6250 : Gardens in Alcuin by DS Pugh
SE6250 : Seebohm Rowntree Building by DS Pugh
SE6250 : Towards Franklin House by DS Pugh
SE6250 : Alcuin & boilerhouse chimney by DS Pugh

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Created: Sun, 11 Jul 2010, Updated: Sat, 21 Mar 2015

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