The services and support we offer and how to access them.
UPDATE: Please see our Frequently Asked Questions about Coronavirus and Online Assessments
School Disability Coordinators
Your School Disability Coordinator (SDC) is your contact in your academic school. Find out who yours is and how they can support you.
Alternative Exam Arrangements (AEAs)
What adjustments we can make to your exam arrangements so that you are not disadvantaged because of a disability, ongoing health condition or specific learning difficulty.
Find out what changes we can make to the way you are taught and assessed so that you are not disadvantaged because a disability, ongiong health condition or specific learning difficulty.
Support all students can access
General support and resources for all students, including disabled students.
Specialist study support for disabled students
Find out about one-to-one mentoring, study skills tuition, and other specialist support for disabled students.
Book space for study support
If you have Disabled Students’ Allowances or University funding to pay for study support, such as specialist tutoring or mentoring, you can book space to meet with your support worker.
Group sessions on who we support and what support we provide, what to do if you think you might have dyslexia or dyspraxia, and what to do if you already have a diagnosis of dyslexia or dyspraxia.