This chapter will introduce a series of univariate indicators which enable better understanding of what we mean by access to Higher Education; how distributions may manifest and be appropriately measured. This analysis aims to unravel some of the social and spatial complexities which surround access issues in Higher Education by using geodemographic classification as a multidimensional organising framework through which aggregate behavioural choices can be measured. A series of analyses are presented which relate to a number of important indicators that are highlighted by the literature to influence differential social and spatial neighbourhood access rates including distance (Harris et al., 2007), prior attainment (Leathwood and Hutchings, 2003), course choice (Reay et al., 2005) and age (Archer, 2003).