Welcome to Disability Services Induction Events September 2022
Our Disabled Students’ Induction Events give you the opportunity to get the information you need before you start at the University. You are welcome to attend one or both of these sessions.
We are hosting an online event on Tuesday 13th September 2022 offering new students the chance to find out more about disability support. You will have the opportunity to attend an online panel discussion with staff from services to discover support available throughout the University. You can also attend a session with the Student Union and the Disabled Students Network.
On Thursday 15th September 2022 we will also be hosting an on campus event for new students, to familiarise yourselves with the campus, meet your Disability Adviser to discuss your support requirements and meet staff from other support services.
If you have any queries that cannot be answered across these pages, please get in touch with us directly at email@example.com.
Join us at our online welcome event on Tuesday 13 September 2022 which offers new students a chance to find out more about Disability Services and the wider University.
Join us on Thursday 15 September at our on campus event. There will be the opportunity to meet the University Support Services, to have a short discussion with your Disability Adviser, tour the campus and visit the library services.
Find out about the support offered through Disability Services at the University of Huddersfield.
To get started with Disability Services, please register with the service. This gives us the opportunity to learn more about you so we can put the best possible support in place . You can register prior to arrival at the University.
Appointments can be booked in person, online or via telephone with your assigned adviser.
Meet our friendly and professional team of Disability Advisers.
Learn more about this fund which can help to provide you with the support related to the impact of a disability on your studies.
Learn more about this service which provides training and software which can help with studying, learning and working.
Learn more about the practical help and support support available at the library.
Discover the range of support in managing your wellbeing and mental health.
Find out more about the University campus and how to access your timetable.
If you are joining the University as a disabled student, here are the answers to some of the questions you may have.
Find out about the guidance available on understanding and developing the academic skills required in Higher Education.
If you have moved to the local area, you may want to register with a local GP.
Learn more about the Career and Employability Services and about how our friendly and professional advisers can support you throughout your studies.
Learn more about this undergraduate programme which is designed to prepare you for your chosen path following graduation.
Browse through the activities on offer in University's gym, and find out more about our focus of creating an active university community.
Browse through the Students’ Union events, designed to welcome you to the University.
Reach out to the Students' Union Disabled Students Network for information and support from other students.
Get in touch with the Students’ Union Advice Centre for advice and support on a range of academic, financial, wellbeing or accommodation matters.
Keep up to date with our events, resources and more.