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From 1 September 2021, normal campus building opening times will be reintroduced. You can view them here. The opening times can also be found at the entrance to all buildings.
These are building opening times and restricted access may apply to certain rooms outside of timetabled events.
The building opening hours at Hendon campus are designed to meet staff and student access requirements while ensuring the most energy efficient use of our estate and security of our buildings and assets.
Please note opening times for the following buildings are subject to separate local arrangements:
Staff and Students are encouraged to read the building access code of practise and have their access card on them at all times when on campus. Where access control is in place the use of your ID/Access card will be required to allow entry.
Got questions about your course, life at Middlesex or being at University? We have people who can help. You can chat directly with other students, email us, live chat or call our Admissions team on +44 (0)20 8411 5555.
For emergencies: Call Security on 0208 411 6200
For non-emergencies: Call Security on 0208 411 4329
Make sure to download our latest campus map for finding your way round.
MDX is offering a free shuttle service from StoneX park to the Hendon campus.
It’s worth noting that you should factor in additional time for the shuttle bus to make sure that you get to the Hendon campus on time.
Please see the timetable for the shuttle service here.
Open to all students and staff at Middlesex University - free bicycles available for hire on ½, 1 and 3 day loan periods. Find out more here.
Barnet Council’s Hendon Hub proposals offer the opportunity to replace older, inefficient buildings with new buildings along the Burroughs and Church end. The proposals include some exciting plans for Middlesex’s Hendon campus, helping us to create flexible, modern, sustainable spaces that fit our needs as we move forward with our 2031 Strategy.
In October, planning applications for this new development were submitted to the local planning authority. This is an important milestone for the project and follows the approval of the full business case by Councillors in July. Decisions on the submitted plans are expected to be taken later this year.
If approved, the proposals mean we could consolidate more of our student accommodation in Hendon and create new academic spaces. This will also bring many exciting benefits to the community in Hendon, including a new state-of-the-art Hendon Library and community spaces.
Once the decision on planning permission has been made, we will keep colleagues updated about what this means, and the next steps for the proposed development, with summer 2022 as the potential start date for this work.
For more information and updates on the project please visit: hendonhub.co.uk