Campus Ignaz-Schön-Straße, Ignaz-Schön-Straße 11, 97421 Schweinfurt (rooms starting with 1-8)
(former Campus I)
After completion of the construction work at Campus I in Schweinfurt, a new layout plan of Campus I was created:
What is there?
FHWS administration, Faculty of Applied Natural Sciences and Humanities (FANG), Faculty of Electrical Engineering (FE), Faculty of Mechanical Engineering (FM), Faculty of Business and Engineering (FWI), several labs, student representation and others.
Arriving at Schweinfurt Main Station, you can either take the “Campus Express” bus; during the lecture period (Monday to Friday) it departs every 20 minutes; first/last departure: 7:44/19:15; bus stop for FHWS: “Richard-Wagner-Straße/Campus 1”
Or you take bus 11 or 12 until their last stop “Roßmarkt” and change into bus 22 or 24 “Bellevue”. The bus stop for FHWS would then again be Richard-Wagner-Straße/Campus 1. The FHWS main building is just opposite the street.
N 50° 2' 42.295" E 10° 12' 36.882"
Around Campus 1, parking is possible along the street and in the side streets. There are four wheelchair-accessible parking spaces on the grounds of FHWS; access is possible without a barrier via Fritz-Drescher-Straße, 97421 Schweinfurt. Three of the parking spaces are in front of Building 5 (Rundbau) and the fourth is in front of Building 8 (Canteen).
There is an additional wheelchair-accessible parking space on Ignaz-Schön-Straße, 97421 Schweinfurt, next to the bus stop and right in front of the main entrance to Building 1.
Road surface and flooring
FHWS grounds and the bus stop are not equipped with a tactile guidance system. Flooring is not consistent and there might be obstacles due to construction work. Current construction work is published online. Hallways and staircases on Campus 1 are mainly laid with stone tiles. Lecture and seminar rooms are equipped with linoleum flooring. Partly, the steps are protected against slipping by steel edges, but do not have any marking or additional tactile features.
Access, passage ways and lifts
Campus 1 has ten buildings; some of them are connected to each other. Please note: Several buildings are currently under construction.
Building 1 can be accessed via the north entrance on Ignaz-Schön-Straße. There are two ramps (on the left and on the right) to the forecourt and the entrance. When using the left ramp, concrete barriers have to be circumvented. The right door can be opened automatically by entering a code into the keypad. The keypad is located to the right of the door mounted on a small metal bracket. Inside the building it is mounted to the wall on the same side. The code is printed below the keypad.
Passing from Building 1 to Building 5 is possible on Levels E and 1.
Passing from Building 1 to Building 7 is currently only possible on Level 1.
In Building 1, the lift is located in the north-eastern part of the building. The lift moves to Levels U, E, 1 and is not equipped with Braille. The passage width is 90 cm.
The Building is located in the western part of Campus 1. It is used exclusively by the Faculty of Electrical Engineering (FE) and is not fully accessible. If you need access to Building 2, please contact the Faculty of Electrical Engineering (FE).
Access to Building 3 is restricted due to construction work. It has four entrances. The first one is to the east of Building 5 (entrance Fritz-Drescher-Straße). Pass the fire door between Building 3 and 4; Building 3 is now to the right. Seven steps lead to Level E. To the right of these steps, there is a wheelchair lift. Activation is possible with a euro key or an FHWS Card that is given the respective access rights.
The second entrance to Building 3 can be reached from the west via Paul-Gerhardt-Straße, 97421 Schweinfurt. A ramp at the head of Building 3 leads to Level E.
There is a third access possibility via the passage way to Building 1 (currently no passage towards Ignaz-Schön-Straße possible). Due to differences in levels, please use the lift in the passage area between Building 3 and 1. It moves to Levels U, E, 0, 1. The lift has a passage width of 90 cm; it is not equipped with Braille.
Building 3 and Building 2 are also connected (currently no passage possible).
The entrance can be reached after coming from the east having passed Building 5 (Rundbau) (entrance Fritz-Drescher-Straße). Pass the fire door between Building 3 and 4; Building 4 is now to the left.
On the south side, there are three more entrances parallel to Fritz-Drescher-Straße. The right-hand entrance has a ramp; the door cannot be opened automatically. The middle and left-hand entrance has one step.
A lift is located in the middle part of the building. The lift can only be used with authorised FHWS Cards and moves to Levels E, U.
Building 5 can be accessed via the south entrance on Fritz-Drescher-Straße. The right door can be opened automatically by entering a code into the keypad. The keypad is located to the left of the door mounted on a small metal column. The code is printed below the keypad.
In addition, Building 5 is connected to Building 1 on Levels E and 1 where passage is possible.
The lift is located at the southern end of the building. It moves to Levels U, E, 1, 2, 3. The lift has a passage width of 130 cm; it is not equipped with Braille.
Building 6 is located approx. 100 m to the left of the main entrance on Ignaz-Schön-Straße at the north-western end of Campus 1. Access from Ignaz-Schön-Straße is possible. There are two entrances to Building 6. The northern entrance can be reached directly and opens automatically after using the button.
A lift is behind the entrance. It moves to Levels E and 1 and has a passage width of 90 cm. It is equipped with an acoustic level announcement, but has no Braille.
The entrance can be reached after coming from the west having passed Building 5 (Rundbau) (entrance Fritz-Drescher-Straße). Pass the fire door between Building 7 and 8; Building 7 to is now to the left. The stairs inside can be avoided by using the ramp. Level 1 in Building 7 can only be accessed via stairs or by using the lift in Building 1.
The entrance can be reached after coming from the west having passed Building 5 (Rundbau) (entrance Fritz-Drescher-Straße). Pass the fire door between Building 7 and 8; Building 7 to is now to the right.
The Building 11 (office containers) is located about 30 m to the right of the entrance on Fritz-Drescher-Straße. Due to the curb, there is no fully accessible entrance.
The Building 12 (office containers) is located opposite the entrance on Fritz-Drescher-Straße. At the northern end, there is a ramp for barrier-free access.
Several staircases make it possible to move between floors. The entrances and exits of the buildings are on Level E. All staircases are equipped with handrails, but do not offer Braille.
For orientation within FHWS buildings in Schweinfurt, a consistent system of room numbers is used. The first number designates the building. The following number designates the floor number or level. After that, the actual room number is given. Example: 1.E.01 = (Campus 1) Ignaz-Schön-Straße. Ground level. Room 1. Buildings 1-8, 11 and 12 are on Campus 1 in Ignaz-Schön-Straße 11, 97421 Schweinfurt. Building 9 is mainly called Campus 2 and is located in Konrad-Geiger-Straße 2, 97421 Schweinfurt. Building 10 is located in Landwehrstraße 46, 97421 Schweinfurt. The seminar rooms in Geschwister-Scholl-Straße 4, 97421 Schweinfurt, are in Building 13. Room designation in FHWS buildings in Würzburg differs from that, because there letters are used to designate buildings.
At all important locations, escape and rescue plans are displayed. They make an overview of parts of the building possible. In addition, site plans and information about construction works are displayed at central locations.
On Campus 1, room marking is consistent. Boards mounted on the wall state the room number and the room’s use. At seminar, meeting, and lecture rooms, ongoing and upcoming courses are shown on rather small digital screens.
Information and ongoing courses
The Infoboard offers an overview of all ongoing courses by stating the lecturer, the room number and the course’s duration. This overview is shown on big, centrally located screens. The information about ongoing courses is also available online.
The wheelchair-accessible toilets are equipped with basic accessories. Sometimes changing tables for small children are available in the same room. Wheelchair-accessible toilets are located in the following rooms:
- 6. (Ground level)
Due to construction work, wheelchair-accessible toilets are not available in every building. Please use the toilets in the adjacent buildings. Toilets are not locked.
Seminar and lecture rooms
Seminar and lecture rooms on Campus1 are air-conditioned. In addition, digital and overhead projectors and headsets are available. Sockets for accessories and electronic devices are only available to a limited extent. Rooms are equipped with height-adjustable boards which can be lowered to a height of approx. 30 cm. The rooms are well lit, have daylight (except Warema-Renkhoff-Aula, the largest lecture room) and the possibilities for dimming are sufficient. The floor is made of linoleum.
The entrances are on Level 1. The access doors are automatically closing fire doors and cannot be locked. The lecture room is ascending and equipped with fixed seating. Wheelchair-accessible places are in the front area.
Lecture room type 1
This type of lecture rooms has two entrances which are located on the same floor level. The access doors are automatically closing fire doors and cannot be locked. Both lecture rooms are equipped with fixed seating; room 1.1.10 is ascending, room 5.1.01 is level. Wheelchair-accessible places are in the front area. Speaker’s desks are not height-adjustable and are mounted at a height of approx. 75 cm. The can be driven under with a width of 150 cm.
Lecture room type 2
Access to this type of lecture room is possible via the ground level or by using the lift. The access doors are automatically closing fire doors and cannot be locked. Lecture rooms are level and equipped with flexible seating. Speaker’s desks are not height-adjustable and are mounted at a height of approx. 75 cm. It can be driven under with a width of 150 cm.
Seminar and meeting rooms
In addition to lecture rooms, there are seminar rooms and rooms for special use available. The equipment of these rooms varies and is adapted to the respective usage. For more information, please contact the responsible faculty.
Warema-Renkhoff-Aula as well as both types of lecture rooms are equipped with headsets.
The following rooms are equipped with an infrared listening system for users with impaired hearing:
On Campus 1, there are 10 listening devices with integrated headphones available. Devices are stored in room 5.1.01 and are available on request from Facilities Management (HSGM) in Room 1.E.06. If there is no member of staff in the office, please contact them at the following telephone number 0931 3511-6206. Students are requested to notify lecturers and/or Facilities Management (HSGM) in time about a possible demand. Lecturers will then use a microphone, as otherwise transmission is not possible. More information about the acoustic system for hearing impaired students.
The Library is located on the ground level of Building 7. The library helpdesk is in the entrance area of the Library. Opposite the library helpdesk, there are PCs and moveable chairs available. The copy room has limited access and the card reader for the copier is difficult to access.
An open space for reading and collections is behind the glass door. Shelves on the higher intermediate level of the Library can only be accessed via narrow stairs. Passage between the bookshelves is approx. 90 cm wide. Books are stored at a height of up to 220 cm. In the library area, obstacles in the form of book carts and steps are to be expected. The library is not air-conditioned. To the left, there are three group study rooms. The doors’ passage width is approx. 80 cm. Individual usage of these rooms is possible upon prior arrangement with the staff. The staff is happy to help, in particular if you want to use the intermediate level of the library or books from higher shelves. There are special library services for students with disabilities or chronic illnesses.
Each room has a heavy fire door. These have neither opening nor locking mechanisms. Doors in hallways stay open most of the time and have an automatic closing mechanism.
The Canteen is in Building 8 and at ground level. A top-up machine for your FHWS Card is to the right in front of the Canteen; it can be operated at a height of 140 cm.
Coat hooks and lockers
Coat hooks on Campus 1 are mounted at a height of approx. 175 cm. Lockers are available at various heights.
The study space in Building 1 has fixed seating; tables cannot be driven under. Alternatively, study spaces in Building 5 can be used.
Version from: September 2017