Click to see the changing face of campus
City Campus has changed and developed a lot in the 50 years since the University was created, with new buildings, facilities and landscaping.
Click on the images below to compare the 1960s campus with today.
Home to the Students' Union's Party on the Amp, and to summer days spent sitting out in the sun, the amphitheatre lies between Student Central, the J.B. Priestley Library, and the Theatre in the Mill.
In the years since the first photograph was taken, the halls of residence on the right have been replaced with MUGA sports pitches, windows have been added to the library, Pemberton Building has been built, and Horton Building has changed shape!
Richmond and re:centre
A once unobscured view of Richmond Building has been replaced with the re:centre in the Bright Building - one of the most sustainable buildings in the world.
Theatre in the Mill
The vision of the original landscapers is realised. Weeping willows have grown from the saplings, and the amphitheatre's green carpet is a magnet for students and staff alike on a hot, sunny day.
See more pictures from the last five decades of the University of Bradford, and find out how to get your pictures featured, in Your Memories.