Right from the start we want to make sure that everyone, regardless of disability or differences, has what they need to reach their full potential.
At Christ Church we’re proud of our compassionate, empowering and inclusive community where every member is valued and where those with a disability or mental health condition encounter no prejudice or discrimination. We take confidentiality very seriously and the Student Wellbeing Services would not share your personal information with anyone else in the university without your explicit consent.
By registering with our Disability and Mental Wellbeing Teams before your studies start, we can ensure that any additional support you may need for your learning is put in place.
And much more than that, the team will help you settle in, meet others and become part of the Christ Church community.
The Disabled Students’ Allowances (DSAs) are UK government support funds for eligible students with physical and mental disabilities, including dyslexia and dyspraxia.
The funding provided by DSAs can help pay for extra essential costs you may incur as a direct result of your disability. These could range from sign language interpreters and dyslexia tutor sessions to computer equipment and assistive software.