The University’s Student Disability Service supports students with dyslexia, mental health issues and students on the autistic spectrum, as well as those who have physical and sensory impairments.
They are keen to make contact with prospective and new students as early as possible.
The Service employs advisory and technical staff who can provide a broad range of support. We also work with the rest of the University to improve access in the widest sense.
The earlier we know your requirements, the better we will be able to ensure that they are met.
If you are unsure whether or not to disclose your disability to the University, we are happy to respond to anonymous enquiries.
If you are disabled, have a medical condition, chronic illness, or specific learning difficulty such as dyslexia, regardless of whether you indicated this on your application form, we encourage you to get in touch before you arrive.
For further information or advice please contact the Student Disability Service.
This article was published on Jun 12, 2013