We can make appropriate reasonable adjustments for your disability, dyslexia or other specific learning difficulty. You must first register with the Student Wellbeing Service.

You are advised to register at your campus as early as possible to allow time for the adjustments to be put in place.

Please note:

  • do not post information to us (unless specifically asked to do so)
  • do not hand over medical or diagnostic evidence to anyone in the university except members of the Student Wellbeing Service.
  • unless you make direct contact with the service we cannot guarantee that any individual adjustment will be considered.

Students with dyslexia and other specific learning difficulties

Please make an appointment through the Student Wellbeing Service with a Student Wellbeing Coordinator (disability & dyslexia).

You can register at any time in the year. At busy times, and especially at the beginning of the year, there can be a higher demand for appointments, so please book your appointment to register as early as possible.

Important documents to bring with you when you register

Please bring:

  1. a copy of your most recent diagnostic evidence for our records (essential)
  2. if you already have a DSA assessment of need for your current programme (desirable)

Students with disabilities

Please make an appointment through the Student Wellbeing Service with a Student Wellbeing Coordinator (disability & dyslexia). You can register at any time in the year.

Important documents to bring with you when you register

Please bring:

  1. some recent documentary evidence of your disability (essential)
    • this could be a letter from your GP or consultant, an audiologist's report, or evidence that you are registered blind. 
    • letters should be on headed paper and signed and dated.
    • they should state the name of the condition, how long you have had it, and how it affects you (including the side effects of any prescribed drugs).
  2. if you already have a DSA assessment of need for your current programme, please bring that as well.(desirable)

Making appointments 

Disability and Dyslexia Centre appointments, visits and staff availability - Making appointments at your campus