Disabled student support
We are committed to supporting all students to reach their full potential.
If you are disabled, we will provide the support you need, regardless of your fee status. Contact our Disability Advisory Service if you have additional needs relating to a specific learning difficulty, enduring mental health or health condition, Autistic Spectrum condition or a sensory or physical impairment.
The Disability Advisory Service provides confidential, tailored advice and support for all disabled students.
- signposting additional support within the College;
- accessing funding for disability-related support;
- facilitating support to ensure that disabled students can access all aspects of their course;
- providing advice, support and guidance for all disabled students within the College.
How to arrange support
Support arrangements are not provided automatically so you must request them.
You should get in touch with the team in advance to discuss support.
Get in touch to discuss support
Every department has a Disability Support Officer. They are the first point of contact for disabled students and students with a specific learning difficulty, such as dyslexia. Where appropriate, they can apply for special exam arrangements on your behalf and can facilitate support within the department.