Facilities at Chelsea

Studying at Morley provides you with access to a wide range of facilities and services.

UPDATE: summer 2023 refurbishment

Visit this page to find out about our refurbishments, taking place over summer and autumn 2023.

Our facilities at Chelsea

Services at Chelsea include:

  • spacious, well-equipped classrooms
  • specialist facilities for painting, printmaking, fashion design, 3D Design, Photography, lighting, Esports and filmmaking.
  • our Library, study area and a dedicated gallery space
  • a café
  • changing rooms with showers
  • supportive, friendly staff and tutors.

Wheelchair Access

The centre is mainly accessible via wheelchair, apart from the third floor fine art studio. For any assistance needs, contact Student Services at reception.

Prayer Facilities

We have available spaces for prayer. Please ask at Reception for more details.

Parking and Cycle Facilities

The College is unable to guarantee parking for students and spaces are very limited. Blue Badge holders have priority and can use the College car park in order to gain easy access to the College buildings. Any parking requests will need to be booked in/agreed with Security prior to arrival.

Cycle racks are available outside the College Centre.

Dogs on College Premises

Dogs, with the exception of assistance dogs, are not permitted on the College premises.

Smoking, including vapes

All Morley College London buildings (including the internal courtyard) are 100% non-smoking premises, including electronic cigarettes. We ask that all students who wish to smoke do so outside, away from all entrances, and use the bins provided to dispose of rubbish.

Waste Management

Morley is a zero-waste ‘to landfill’ site with the majority of the College’s waste being recycled and the rest being turned into energy. Please help us maintain this by using the appropriate bins provided.

Energy Management

Please help to save energy by closing doors and windows in classrooms when air conditioning or heating is being used, turning lights and electrical equipment off, and turning water taps off when not needed. Due to previous incidents, students should not plug their own electronic items into the College’s electrical supply outside of the designated area in the Library. Such electrical items should not be left unattended.

Eating and Drinking

We ask that students do not consume food or drink in classrooms, corridors or other communal areas (other than the Refectory), with the exception of bottled water.

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