Whether you have a disability or a mental health condition our team are here to ensure you are able to reach your full potential.
- 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:
Please note we currently expect you to take a lateral flow test before attending a face-to-face appointment with a Student Wellbeing Adviser. This is in line with University and Government guidance, to help keep our community safe from COVID-19. Please see here for further details on lateral flow testing. You can order test kits online or pick them up from Anselm, Augustine House and St George’s receptions. Test kits should also be available at Rowan Williams Court reception and the Hub at Medway.
We will do everything we can to keep face to face appointments in place, however we may need to change appointments to a virtual offer if COVID infections rates within the Student Wellbeing team increase.
If we need to change your appointment type we will try and give you as much notice as possible.
Please help us to protect each other and keep infection rates down.