Disability support

Notice board

If you have an exam in May 2024 and do not have any support in place to mitigate the impact of a disability or long-term condition on your exam, please make an appointment with Disability Services as soon as possible and before Friday 5 April 2024 - this is the cut off point for registering with the service and providing evidence ahead of the May 2024 exam period. This is also the cut-off point if you have exam support in place but you would like to request a change to the recommended adjustments. Please see our exam page for more information.


Register with Disability Services

Registering with Disability Services helps us put in place the best possible support at the earliest opportunity.


Support on campus

We have a range of support on campus available throughout your time at university, from one-to-one appointments to specialist support.


24/7 support

Discover our vast range of 24/7 self-help resources, including leaflets and technology to support your studies.


The Disabled Students' Allowance

The Disabled Students' Allowance (DSA) can provide you with support related to the impact of a disability or condition on your studies.


Meet the team

Meet our friendly and professional team of Disability Advisers.


Campus accessibility

We strive to make our campus as accessible as possible for all students, staff and visitors.


Building plans

Visit out building plans page to see maps of each floor of our university buildings highlighting accessible entrances, lifts, refuge points and accessible toilets.


Frequently Asked Questions

Have a query? Our FAQs section aims to answer them!

Information for staff and DSA Assessors

Find our list of policies, procedures, customer service standards and more!

Non-Medical Helper rates

Find the full list of Non-Medical Helper rates.


Share and Support

From harassment to hate crimes, if you've experienced behaviour that has made you feel uncomfortable, Share and Support is here to help.