The University encourages applications from D/deaf and disabled students and seeks to ensure that their participation in the academic and social life of the University is as full and successful as that of all other students.
Disability Services co-ordinates support for D/deaf and disabled students throughout their University experience. This includes D/deaf students, visually impaired students, dyslexic students, students who have used or still use mental health services, students with unseen impairments such as epilepsy, and students who are temporarily disabled while at University.
The Unit works closely with academic departments and other support services to enable them to provide appropriate and accessible support to disabled students. Their information for prospective students page has further information.
Information about support for D/deaf and disabled students (including the University's Disability Policy) can be found on the disability pages of the University's Equality and Diversity website.
Information Services publishes details about facilities, assistive technologies and software available in the Computer Centre and many of the libraries.