Students can disclose a disability or long term condition at any time during their studies at Queens by contacting Disability Services: email@example.com
Following initial contact, you will be invited to attend a registration meeting with a member of Disability Services staff. You will need to bring evidence of your disability or long term condition to this meeting. See Guidelines for Medical Evidence for further guidance.
The purpose of the registration meeting is to determine the support you need to participate in University life.
Support is provided to students with a wide range of needs, including:
- Physical and mobility difficulties
- Visual impairment
- Hearing impairment
- Medical conditions
- Specific learning difficulties e.g. dyslexia
- Mental health
Support available varies and will be tailored to meet individual requirements, but may include the following:
- Recommending reasonable adjustments to a student’s chosen course of study that ensure equitable access to teaching and learning opportunities
- Liaising with staff, tutors, library services and the exams office to ensure that they are aware of your requirements
- Assisting with your application for Disabled Students' Allowance (DSA) through the Needs Assessment Centre. DSA is available to students who are UK resident and studying an eligible full time or part time undergraduate or postgraduate course.
Click on the below links for more information:
- Academic Support
- Assistive Technology
- Library Support
- One to One Support
- Queen's Students' Guide to One to One Support
- Examination Support
- Peer Support
- Careers Support