The University of Nottingham Disability Advisory services is strongly committed to equality of opportunity in its provision for all of its students. It is committed to provide ongoing support with the focus being on the reasonable adjustment of accessible services and supporting students in completing their courses as independently as possible.
Disability is defined as seen disability: physical, visual or hearing impairment and unseen disability: mental health challenges or long term medical condition (12 months or more) which affects a person’s capability to carry out day to day activities.
The Disability Advisory services provides support by making reasonable adjustments to focus on difficulties that disabled students may encounter in the learning environment which will affect their performances.
A registered university student with a long term (12 months or more) disability and to be supported with a latest medical evidence. Please refer to medical evidence policy for more information.
We can assist queries of student with disability regarding:
- Admissions and registration with disability concerns
- Make reasonable adjustments to academic staff in the learning, teaching and assessment environment
- Recommendation for alternate assessment and timetabling arrangements
- Liaison with library for enhanced services such as extended loans
- Liaison with IT services for accessibility in the computer labs
- Liaison with Accommodation office for on campus accommodation arrangements
Contact us through email, phone or visit us.