Campus Accessibility Guide - Abramsky Hall
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Abramsky Hall
(21 Arch Street)

Abramsky Hall is located on Arch Street just south of the Biosciences Complex.

Main Entrance
The main entrance to Abramsky Hall off Arch Street is not accessible.

Deacon Walk Entrance
The accessible entrance to Abramsky Hall is on the north side of the building. Use Deacon Walk, the pathway between Abramsky Hall and the Biosciences Complex. This entrance requires prior arrangements. The automatic door opens to a landing where a wheelchair lift is installed. The lift requires a key. If you are a regular building user, a key can be made available. If you have a meeting or class in this building, you will have to arrange to be met at the door. There is no phone at the wheelchair lift.

Wheelchair Lift
The lift can be used to access level 0 and 1. On each level there is a heavy door in the hallway that does not have an automatic opener.

The elevator can be located following the hallway to the Arch Street entrance. It is very small and you have to back into it. Safety note: Check that the elevator floor is level with the hall floor before entering.

Accessible washrooms are located on levels 1, 2 and 3. Some of the doors to the washrooms are heavy to push open.

Permit parking is available in the parking lot on the south side of the building and on Arch Street. There is time-limited parking on Barrie, Court and Bagot Streets and one accessible meter space on Stuart Street at George Street.

Check the classroom website for the accessibility of Abramsky Hall classrooms.

View of Abramsky Hall's accessible entrance
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The accessible entrance to Abramsky Hall.

Map showing accessible entrance to Abramsky Hall
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Access to Abramsky Hall

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