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Disability & Dyslexia Centre

The university's Disability & Dyslexia Centre can provide assistance at any stage in your application process and at any point in your studies. We provide information and support for disabled and dyslexic students across the university, and can advise on information technology for people with disabilities. Advice and guidance is based on your individual requirements, and includes support for students with mental health needs and long-term medical conditions. The university also offers in-house assessments of need for Disabled Student Allowances through the Outreach Assessment Centre (in partnership with Kent Assessors).

We can support you in arranging appropriate equipment and access to teaching and learning. We will make recommendations on appropriate arrangements for assessment and examinations, and assist in putting these into action. It is essential that this one-to one advice takes place before you begin your studies at the university.

The university residences include accommodation adapted for people with special needs, and we may be able to make further adaptations to suit particular requirements. Information about campus accessibility is available on request. We encourage disabled applicants to visit before making an application to decide if we are able to meet your access needs. If you have difficulties with mobility (particularly if you require wheelchair access), or are registered blind or have severe or profound hearing loss, you are strongly advised to make contact with the Disability & Dyslexia Centre as soon as possible after submitting your UCAS form. Unfortunately, we may not be able to make arrangements for specialist support if you delay.

The university has a disability policy statement which sets out our commitment to disabled students and provides information about access on the various campuses.

More information

For more information visit www.gre.ac.uk/students/support/dd

Telephone the Disability & Dyslexia Centre on 020 8331 7875
E-mail d-centre@gre.ac.uk.

The centre is affiliated to "Skill", the National Bureau for Students with Disabilities, and you can find information about the university on the Skill database.