Services and support at Disability Services

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Disability Support Officers

Our Disability Support Officers work throughout the University and:

  • act as the first point of contact for disabled students and applicants in their School/Service, particularly to advise on course and professional requirements and teaching/assessment methods
  • liaise with Disability Services to ensure information on disabled students' needs is communicated to all relevant staff with the student's consent, including visiting lecturers and placement providers
  • help colleagues to meet the support needs of disabled students in their School/Service, including forwarding information from Disability Services on training opportunities and disability-related resources

Prospective students and external users should contact Disability Services for further information.

View the list of Disability Support Officers (Sharepoint)


Disability Services offers confidential disability support services to all disabled students and staff.

Current students

Prospective students and applicants

International students

Distance learning students

Access Centre

The Access Centre regional needs assessment and assistive technology training service to disabled people in higher education or employment.


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