There is a Student Wellbeing Coordinator (disability & dyslexia) on each campus to advise on and recommend individual, reasonable adjustments as appropriate.

In line with the UK Government's latest advice about coronavirus and in common with many other Universities, the Student Wellbeing Service are currently working from home.

We are continuing to carry out appointments via telephone, and will continue to answer emails and phone calls. However, we won't be in the office to receive post. so please do scan/take a photo of any paperwork instead and email to

If you need to book an appointment – please call 020 8331 7875 or email If you are unable to use the phone for disability-related reasons, please just let us know by email.

The University's latest advice and support is available at:

If you feel that this is impacting on your mental health and well-being, please do make use of our support services.

To access these adjustments, you must register with the service and provide suitable medical or diagnostic evidence.

See how our *AccessAbility ambassadors, who are current students with their own disability or diversity, provide balanced, first-hand experience of the achievements and challenges that life at university brings. Find out more about the *AccessAbility project.

Using our services

The Student Wellbeing Service (Disability & Dyslexia)

Financial support and allowances

Financial support is available for disabled full-time, part-time and postgraduate home students via  Disabled Students' Allowances (DSAs). Find out more