Whether you have a disability or a mental health condition our team are here to ensure you are able to reach your full potential.

Top tips

  • Register with the Student Wellbeing Service for advice on specialist funding, ensure adjustments are in place to support your learning and enable you to access specialist equipment, tuition and resources.
  • Apply for Disabled Student’s Allowance to help pay for any extra essential costs you may incur as a direct result of your disability. To find out more join the Disabled Students Allowance (DSA) applications drop-ins, every Tuesday, 1pm - 4.30pm, via Blackboard.
  • Sign up to Togetherall a free 24/7 online support community enabling you to connect to your peers and access support resources and self-guided wellbeing courses. 
  • Check out our interactive campus map to find out the accessible routes from one building to another. The map also provides an idea of the accessibility equipment on offer - for example, hearing loops, lifts and accessible toilets. 

Did you know?

There are lots of different ways to contact the Student Wellbeing Services to suit your different needs:

Find out how the Mental Wellbeing Team can help you: